Did it undergo peer review first?
A physicist posted this marriage proposal from her boyfriend, also a physicist, on Imgur a couple days ago. The proposal somehow combines features of both advanced academic writing and a note that you might pass in class to your first-grade crush:
This reviewer approves. Go here for a zoomable version.
This is Great.
I love the imagination.
I am Pro- Nerd
The best part is that she actually checked the "Yes" box in the conclusion. Match made in heaven.
Actually, two-body interactions are quite well understood. Three (or more) body interactions are much more intractable. Especially, in the case of a marriage.
There's a problem here. The least-squares model is clearly a poor choice -- it doesn't fit the data very well. A crude inspection of the data suggests that the underlying phenomenon follows a step function. See the very clear steps in the data? Just so. And, as any experienced researcher knows, step functions will plateau at some point, as the purpose of steps is to allow getting to a higher plane -- right, a plane. So the forecast of the least-squares regression is clearly wrong. The step function should reach a given level, perhaps now or perhaps in the near future, but at some point it will. Then it will flatten out. The current model presupposes the existence and possible attainment of infinite happiness. Alas, that opportunity was lost long ago. Thus, the paper should be returned to the author for appropriate recalculations.
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