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So you guys think you're pretty smart, but why can't you come up with a formula for this thing we humans call...love?

>> No.12286996

Concretely and unambiguously define love.

>> No.12286997

>So you guys think you're pretty smart
Thanks, but I'm actually retarded.

>> No.12287178

We aren’t there yet. But we will be

>> No.12287208

you mean manipulating somebody into a long-term emotionally dependent relationship? That's half of it.

>> No.12287240

is "love" a numerical quantity? what would measuring it even entail? if it is, what variables would it depend on? these are the questions you have to answer before talking about "formulas." formulas are usually concrete equations which relate numerical quantities or other mathematical objects (like vectors or elements of a group).

>> No.12288321


You can't. That's my point.

>> No.12288329

I got your formula right here

money + height = pussy

>> No.12288478


>> No.12288515

Love really is just emotional/physical dependence. That's one reason humans are so vile and cruel, we don't love our fellow man unless we get something out of it. Selfishness is hard wired into us by nature.

>> No.12288539

These morons arent smart, but I am


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>> No.12290341

Poets have worked on this for millennia. Chemists only know it is soluble in alcohol.

>> No.12290615

The willingness to suffer for the sake of someone else

>> No.12290621

Define suffering.

>> No.12290626

Getting a pain response

>> No.12290638

Define pain.

>> No.12290641

Define define.

>> No.12290680

When I whack my hammer against your head

>> No.12291015

We came up with chemical. It's quite popular.

>> No.12291735

>( Sum[initial interaction, t] fInteractionFrequency(t)* fInteractionEmotionalEffect(t) ) / t

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