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.


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!