‘Do you like horror movies?’ is just one of the key questions that can help determine whether a duo have the potential to last the distance, according to Harvard mathematicians
7:53AM GMT Nineteen Mar 2014
It’s a question that couples have long bot asking themselves: what is the key to a long and blessed relationship?
But now a group of Harvard mathematicians have exposed just three plain questions could help determine whether a duo have the potential to last the distance.
They are: ‘Do you like horror movies?’ ‘Have you everzwijn travelled around another country alone?’ and ‘Wouldn’t it be joy to chuck it all and go live on a sailboat?’
According to the mathematicians, if you find someone that answers all three of the questions the same way you do, the two of you are a volmaakt match.
The four experts who came up with the questions are the creators of OK Cupid, a hugely popular general dating webstek.
During an vraaggesprek for the book The Kunst of Doing: How Superachievers Do What They Do and How They Do It So Well, the site’s four founders suggest insight into what they believe is the key to a successful relationship.
Based on a &#x,compatabilty algorithm’ they created from the answers to survey questions, they came up with three questions above all others that determine if a duo has long-term potential.
The mathematicians also exposed the most significant things to bear ter mind when attempting to find a date online.
The creators say the most off-putting characteristic of a potential date is bad grammar and spelling, so it is significant to construct messages with care.
When replying to a match, words such spil &#x,awesome’ and &#x,fascinating’ prove much more popular then physical compliments such spil &#x,sexy’ and &#x,beautiful’.
While profile photos of people doing something interesting, such spil playing an muziekinstrument, lead to a higher quality of contacts.
Researchers have bot attempting to work out the secret of a long-lasting love for decades.
Last year scientists found that they can spot the signs of a true romance ter people embarking on a fresh relationship by looking at how much their brains light up when they think about their fresh fucking partner.
The scientists at Stony Brook University te Long Island, Fresh York detected distinctive patterns of electrical activity ter the brains of volunteers who believed they had recently fallen ter love, and found that they could use the scans to predict whether a duo would stay together.
The scans demonstrated that even if someone believed they had fallen te love, the activity of their neurons could suggest whether their feelings were strong enough for them to be with the other person three years zometeen.