Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Make yourself more attractive

The boffins at Manchester University have come up with an equation to explain the beer goggle effect. So clever use of the variables involved should help you to 'cop off' with birds in the pub. Considering that Kylie is back on the market this information should be absorbed as soon as possible.

An = number of units of alcohol consumed
S = smokiness of the room (graded from 0-10, where 0 clear air; 10 extremely smoky)
L = luminance of 'person of interest' (candelas per square metre; typically 1 pitch black; 150 as seen in normal room lighting)
Vo = Snellen visual acuity (6/6 normal; 6/12 just meets driving standard)
d = distance from 'person of interest' (metres; 0.5 to 3 metres)

A formula rating of less than one means no effect. Between one and 50 the person you would normally find unattractive appears less "visually offensive".
Non-appealing people become suddenly attractive between 51 and 100. At more than 100, someone not considered attractive looks like a super model.

1 comment:

Glynn said...

So there's a huge advantage to being in a badly lit, smoky room at a huge distance from the subject.

Those crazy scientists.