29 Oct Mathematical Theory of Love
Abstract: The Mathematical Theory of Love is based on the following axioms: a) everyone is able to love; b) an individual “i” love value can be expressed as a term Li; c) Li love value can vary over time: Li(t). As per the First Theorem of Love, individual love value Li can expressed according to the following equation: Li(t) = L1 + L2 + EK x LC(t); where L1: individual love value coming from past lives; L 2: individual love received during the first ten (10) years of the individual lifetime; EK: Environment Kindness where the individual lives; and LC: the individual Level of Consciousness of Love. As per the Second Theorem of Love, the group love value is the summation of all individuals love values forming that group: Lg(t) = L1 + L2 +…+ Li+ … + Ln = ; where: Lg: total summation of all individuals “i” love value forming this group (i=1 through n); and Li: individual “i” love value. The individual Level of Consciousness function LCi(t) is exponential and can be expressed as follows: LCi(t) = CLC x tp.
Keywords: individual love; mathematical theory; love theorem; group love; level of consciousness; environmental kindness.
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Carlos Sosa Araque
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