Thursday, May 26, 2011

How do you measure love?

Apparently it is possible to estimate the value of Love using basic algebra of need, perhaps some calculus, maybe a bit of the geometry of innocence, and a lot of wishful thinking.

You start with:

        (Love - 0) / No limit

And other mathematical gobbledygook that I don't understand (since I was this close to flunking Additional Mathematics) ...

Which leads to the conclusion:

1. Love is infinite if X is finite.
2. Love is indefinite if X is zero.
3. Love is infinitely negative if X is negative.
4. Love is imaginary if X is imaginary.


7 comments:

Seorang Blogger said...

sangat geek mathematician itu huhu mungkinkan beliau sedang kepatahan hati lalu membuat pengiraan itu??

;-)

Snuze said...

Tak taulah. Yang pasti, dia peminat Bob Dylan.

Aku cuma layan lagu Bob Dylan bila orang lain yang nyanyi, boleh?

naz said...

Now, I know everything has its own equation.

me the martian said...

errkk what is x?

Snuze said...

Naz: Maths is the universal language!

Zu: You gotta look at the paper. Equations are all greek to me. :p

naz said...

No wonder I keep failing in a relationship...math is not my strong suit. Hehehehe (not so funny joke)

Snuze said...

Naz: Imagine getting an alien bf and speaking in derivative equation. *shudder*

Chemistry belum explosive sayang. Just wait for the oxygen to your ember. Sure meletup!