By Sandra Birungi
A scientist figured doing the one knee traditional method of proposing to his loved one was whack and decided to do it his own way, by writing a research paper.
The research paper, entitled Two Body Interactions: a Longitudinal Study talked about how the two met. The scientist, who was only identified as Brendan wrote the ‘research paper’ March 23rd 2012. The paper has several sections detailing their budding love for each other and his level of happiness which he showed by use of a graph.
“Introduction: it is widely acknowledged that in general, two body interactions are poorly understood. The aim of this study was to investigate one particular set of two body interactions over an extended period of time. In section 2, the findings of the study are summarized and in section 3, the prospect for future study is evaluated,” the paper begun.
According to the paper, the two, Brendan, and the girl who was identified as Christie met on the 23rd of March 2005. Under Section 2 of the paper entitled ‘Overview of results’, Brendan wrote, “The study began on the 23rd of March 05, outside a SciSoc BBQ at the Eastern Avenue building, when the subject spontaneously appeared in a red coat and gray ‘Paddington bear’ hat and was similarly spontaneously introduced by a local social node. This meeting was under optimal conditions as it happened to be the rainiest day of the year and as it was later discovered, ydrometeors excite both subjects. This meeting would have been a fleeting interaction as so many two body interactions are, but a high level of compatibility coupled with a high rate of interaction due to similar timetables resulted in a local resonance and eventually a semi bound state on the 23rd of May 05.”
After examining their relationship, Bredan then proposed to Christie writing, conclusions “The summary of the findings of the study are presented in Figure 1, and show that the projected happiness is upward with high confidence. Taking these results into account, the author proposes to Christie, the indefinite continuation of the study. The subjects response to this proposal should be indicated below.” below were two boxes with yes and no. Christie ticked the yes box.
Talk about being creative when it comes to love!