The Drake Equation (N = N* x fp x ne x fl x fi x fc x L) was created for estimating the number of alien civilizations that may exist in our galaxy, but surprisingly it can also be used to estimate potential girlfriends. A grad student Peter Backus, age 31, modified the Drake Equation to estimate suitable girlfriends that may exist in the UK for him. The Dating Equation is as follows: G = N * x fW x fL x fA x fU x fB x [fM x fS x fl]. The minimum requirements are that the individual is a single woman in London between the ages of 24-34 with a university degree who is attractive and mutually attracted with similar interests (gets along). In the equation, “G” is equal to the number of girls who meet these minimum requirements.
Girlfriend odds are roughly one in 24 when he sees an age appropriate woman in London. Of course, it takes two to tango. About 50 percent of women are single; 10 percent of women are mutually attracted; and 10 percent of women will have similar interests. There are 189 potentially realistic girlfriends in all of London. Girlfriend odds are one in 4,762 after talking to an age appropriate woman in London.
Some calculations reveal that 0.014 girls in a club are potential girlfriends—while 63 of girls online would be potential girlfriends. Dating sites are approximately 2025x more effective than going to clubs.
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