Pirmdiena, 2006. gada 15. maijs

x-ƒ (x_f)

x-ƒ: Incomiiiiing!

2006. gada 15. maijs, 9:36 am, (bez komentāriem..)

Zaļie pārņem pasauli! Klusā daba 8.maija 6:01 am un tas pats septiņas dienas un divas minūtes vēlāk. Flora nāk. Es zināju, es zināju, ka tā būs!

x-ƒ (x_f)

x-ƒ: Uz pirmo-otro skaitīties!

2006. gada 15. maijs, 3:24 pm, (bez komentāriem..)

Two antennas meet on a roof, fall in love and get married. The ceremony wasn't much but the reception was great.

Nu tas tā. Lai nu kā..

Should you wed the first person you fall for?
How many people should you wine and dine before you can feel confident enough to say you’ve met your one and only? Believe it or not, mathematics has the answer: A dozen. “Check out and reject 12 people, then pick the next best that comes along, and you’re likely to have a very good match on your hands,” says Clio Cresswell, a mathematician and author of Mathematics and Sex.

(Neliela pauze atmiņām.)

That’s because when it comes to decision-making, formulas reveal that your chances of picking the right answer improve as you expose yourself to more options.

Gudrs izskaidrojums. Pārbaudīt jau to nevar. Bet ko tie, kam jau pāri 12?

But there does come a point when you are over-researching: If you date and reject 30 or more potential mates, “you've probably met someone that you could possibly have been more than happy with, and passed them over,’ notes Cresswell.

(Viss raksts.) Interesanta doma. Es nekādi nesaku, ka tā ir patiesa, jo matemātikai ticu nosacīti un citās jomās, bet mīlestību 'n' stuff es lielākoties lieku random sadaļā. Lūk.