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30 October 2005

Women = SIN(2 * Pi * K * t)

A friend of mine - Zein Wali - and I were trying to understand women's behavior, and we came out with a theory that women are like a sinusoidal wave. The sinusoidal wave is filled with ups and downs and positives and negatives, and so are women. This may be because they have period every month or so, and that's why they are just as periodic as the sine wave.
You may notice that the sine equals to zero when the X-axis (Time in our case) value is zero, and that is how it looks like when you are starting a relation with some woman. Then it goes up in the positive direction as you get to know her more. This may be noticed as the intensity and the frequency of phone calls, meetings, etc. Then for no reason the curve goes down, however some may claim that it is some kind of strategy they use in order to make them look more desirable. And the negative cycle is considered to most critical phase depending on the other partner behavior it may go up again to the positive part or just return to zero and stay there.

The function shown below can be useful to represent the strength of the relation with time.
Women = SIN(2 * Pi * K * t)
  • Pi: 3.1415 (Radian), or 90 (Degrees)
  • K: Some constant, however more recent studies claim that it is function in the women itself, time, and the surrounding environment
  • t: time
Recent studies are trying to make some kind of emotional rectifier in order to reach more steady behaviour than this one above. Also some studies think that this may be solved by knowing many women so that when any of them is in her negative phase you can easily dump her for another one in her positive phase, however there are many ethical issues regarding such solution.

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