Math And Love -- Relationship and Formulas

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Is love a science or an art? Can we approach love with a brain and math? These thoughts came into our mind a few hours ago; we just wanted to find some answers regarding this matter.

A nerdy kind of... view?

We don't have nothing against our beloved friends that spend their time on the net, twitter and are about to add this freaking app to their social media needs. But honestly, if it wasn't for Einstein, Graham Bell, Ford, Steve Jobs and so many net gurus like Sergei Brim and Larry page from Google, we would've been riding a 2012 first class Carriage.

Did they have trouble regarding love matters? We think it was a 50/50 chance. They had as many opportunities as us... regular folks.

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The scientist behind those good manners

Our friends with a high IQ, have a different view of the world. They basically, here is just an example, break down everything, and test every word said and heard. Their memory is like that extended memory from your cellphone, but this time the difference is how they got it...for free?

It's just genetics and self replicating intelligent neurons. We are lucky to have a background in math and being capable of understanding these fellows with no problem. Let's see what we got in store tonight/today.

Action v.s. Reaction

Is a law from life. You get hurt so many times growing up, that you just give up on that hot chick from next door. If they want something or someone, they study the time needed, the statistics of past rejections and critical words to be used at the right moment to be able to be in control. Some can be inpatient, and some just withdraw with no explanation.

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The Love Formula ...

Just to prove how a mind can change the world and a life. We keep making comparisons with actual examples:

A=B.H

You might think that the Area of a simple rectangle is BaseXHeight and period!! But this time is totally different:

Arousal =BodyXHeat

The units can vary from kisses.. down to 'accomplishments,' but you get the picture... Ya know?

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E=MC2

This was formulated by Einstein in 1905, and probably earlier, but we came to the conclusion that the real formula was like this one:

Energy from love= MindX(Caresses)2

Technically, the units can be measured in orgasmic nano-feelings, depending on the caresses as you can sense... in awe.

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F=m.a

Yeah, that is an easy one: Force applied to a mass x, equals the mass of the body times the change in motion or speed; which our fellow classical mechanics teachers proudly call acceleration. We certainly know Issac Newton and we can tell you that the original formula could've been invented way back by Ptolemy. Here is the original formula:

Feelings= memoriesxactions

You might say, "it doesn't make sense at all!" Just remember one thing: Newton was born premature, his dad died when he was a young lad. His mom remarried too soon... and that simply made our genius to become somebody. The units were measured in priceless Karma.

Our Own Formula

Now that you have entered our realm and willing to go all the way with that sincere smile, we are going to show you a simple formula as... huh, life itself. The short formula of Love is as follows. We put aside linear algebra, Calculus and trigonometric functions, so our regular folks could understand it better:

L=FxCxTxA where:

L= Love

F= Feelings

C= Caresses and Conversation

T= Time spent together

A= affection from within; sincere and honest!

Thanks to those rambling muses, and credits to our Math tutor that changed our lives when kids!

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LaThing 4 years ago from From a World Within, USA

So, this is what you learned in school!? All that time your parents thought you were studying hard, your mind was 'somewhere else'! lol, lol..... After seeing what A=B.H meant, I was afraid to find out what you would come up With for E=mc2!

Inspiring piece, and an eye opener. I will never look at formulas the same way again! :)

Awesome, funny, yet beautiful!

Davesworld 4 years ago from Cottage Grove, MN 55016

Math nerds in college know that the integral of e raised to the xth power is equal to some function f of u raised to the nth power. Lacking HTML here, it sora' looks like:

S e^x = f(u)^n

LaThing 4 years ago from From a World Within, USA

Ok, lord is not here yet, so I will do the laughing! ROFL ...... Davesworld, you don't need HTML to express that formula :)

Pamela99 4 years ago from United States

Interesting mathematical concepts about love and here I thought it was all about chemistry. I did enjoy your hub.

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Morning LaThing!Yeah, Believe or not I was mister Mnemonics back then. Lol! I was memorizing formulas using weird concepts and is true it did stick in my mind. Laughing to what I wrote last night, and that was... to say the least: Insane!

LORD

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Hello Dave's world! Omg! I met my match in you! if you look at the first picture, and most will overlook it because differentiation and integration is a forbidden path for the regular folk:Intimacy by itself cannot be ccompared to true love. But yeah! I liked your formula and like LaThing quoted: You don't need HTML to have fun. The Java coffee script is enough for the Body of the HTML. I wonder what would be the font color?

LORD

billybuc 4 years ago from Olympia, WA

They may be rambling muses but they were oh so entertaining. A great take on love; makes as much sense as anything else I've read about love. Great hub my friend and I wish you a "love-filled" weekend.

tammyswallow 4 years ago from North Carolina

Wow. I remember reading a study long ago that said artists and musicians have the hardest time functioning in a relationship because they express their creativity daily and see things different. They don't put that time and energy and connectiveness into their arts. Now I read this and I easily see why I prefer nerds. Very interesting and clever. Glad you kept the formula simple.

Davesworld- WOW! That was an interesting formula as well.

ChristyWrites 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

Oh, if only love were as easy as following an equation! You must teach me more love tips Lordy Lord :)

jaybird22 4 years ago from New York

After reading this, I'm sure we could apply math to practically anything. Interesting when it comes to love though.

Precise and simple to follow, even for math degenerates like me ;-)

Voted up.

mckbirdbks 4 years ago from Emerald Wells, Just off the crossroads,Texas

After this hub goes global women will be flocking to you.....

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Lathing! I'm here catching up with you guys!In the same level HTML should stand for Heartfelt Time, More Love.

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Pamela99, remembewr before chemistry there were 2 that would multiply and add up emotions to the chemical reaction between entropic bodies.

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Thanks for your kind words Billibuc. Hope you grow as much as your heart desires. Thanks again!

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Tammy, you are absolutely right! These science geniuses behave above a different level and frecuency. Is our choice to get the connection and treat everyone with respect.

LORD

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

ChristyWrites,

The tips are in your heart. Just explore your options and you will see a clearer view of the road ahead. Thanks for commenting... and how do you keep that smile so appealing?

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Jaybird22,

Is all in the heart and its voice. Formulas give us an infinitesimal aproximation. We could go deeper into cauchy or Cantor, but we keep it real and simple. Thanks for dropping by!

MckbirdMKS,

Lol! We just did a practical an empirical formula. We are still waiting for results from all over the Globe as you pointed out. Thanks for that humorous reply.

LORD

LaThing 4 years ago from From a World Within, USA

Sorry, missed your comment..... You know my hours! :)

HTML, like that phrase too! lol, lol And the font color should be the color of Love..... Whatever that is. Let HTML work it out...... :)

MazioCreate 4 years ago from Brisbane Queensland Australia

An unusal and humourous look at maths and their application to everyday life and love. Thoroughly enjoyed the read and look forward to more ramblings from your calculator. Voted up!

Ana Teixeira 4 years ago from Oporto, Porto, Portugal

This was a very interesting hub.. i'm sure you would like to watch a documentary called "How to make better decisions" i watched it some time ago... and your hub reminded me of it a bit. =)

If you want i can send you the link via message. it really is interesting.

It shows how maths can help us make certain decisions.. including who to date! ;)

Pamela99 4 years ago from United States

Lord, Point taken. I was just teasing anyway. :-)

Gypsy Rose Lee 4 years ago from Riga, Latvia

Voted up and interesting. I enjoyed this. Could make an interesting movie something with a title like "Love Formulated." lol Passing this on.

Deborah Brooks 4 years ago from Brownsville,TX

My dear Joseph.. you are too smart for me.. but you know what I love your just the way you are because you are teaching me.. God Bless you

Debbie

always exploring 4 years ago from Southern Illinois

Eventhough I am bad at math. I got this. Very cleverly written. I never equated math and love as an equal. Interesting hub..Enjoyed..

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Thanks LaThing for your sense of humor and for being appreciative in commenting on our ranting of the day.

@@MazioCreate,

You are very welcome my friend. There are moments when the window of inspiration opens up, and usually is after 1a.m. and we cannot help it. Your comments make our day as well. Thanks!

@@Ana Texeira,

Never watched that "How to make better decisions" but by bt the title I can infer that is very logical and of value.Thanks for the follow! Will check into it though.

@@Pamela99,

We know you were teasing... And we teased you back with some humor of our own. Actually, chemistry was not for us, or better said. Seeing that periodic table, and those chemical reactions didn't make an impact at all in our lives. Thanks again!~

@@Rasma,

Love Formulated? Lol! We didn't think of that title, and for a movie? That would've been cool. Revenge of the nerds was enough for us. You have your fun side as well, that was a good remark directly from Riga.

@@Debbie Brooks,

Is not that we are smarter, we just happened to have wonderful teachers and we did enjoy our earlier years. Great to see you growing on those FB forums.

@@Always Exploring,

Math can be approached from different angles and perspectives. We just wanted to make a hub, with that title and the rest became history. Thanks!

LORD

marcoujor 4 years ago from Jeffersonville PA

Oh LORD,

I really LOVE this AND I think it all ADDS up so beautifully ... voted UP & across the board!

Hugs and have a peaceful evening, Maria

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Thanks for your visit Maria. You always leaving meaninful comments that touch our hearts. You have a wonderful week!

tillsontitan 4 years ago from New York

I have a feeling my Math teacher daughter will really appreciate this! Seems you enjoyed Math very much. Voted up and interesting.

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Morning Till!

Well, a teacher will appreciate this hub better, for the formulation involved. Your daughter might say, "what were we thinking?"

raciniwa 4 years ago from Naga City, Cebu

you lost me on this mathematical jargon mighty lord...can't put two and two together...

ChristyWrites 4 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

Okay Lord, now I am blushing :)

Lord De Cross 4 years ago Author

Raciniwa,

You did good, just bear with us. Math is there for the geeks, and fortunately we are not! Thanks for reading us!

@Christy, you are so much fun! No wonder people loves you here. You don't need to blush, just do your homwork for monday. Don't forget the graphics and those theorems. Rule of thumb, do not cheat on the final test! (JK)

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