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#1 by Alan LaMielle on July 8th, 2009
Courtesy of http://fukung.net
#2 by Alan LaMielle on July 8th, 2009
Careful there though, some nsfw.
#3 by Kate on July 8th, 2009
thanks for the warning after the fact
I don’t see why the null set is a perfect circle…
#4 by yuki on July 8th, 2009
Probably because this space is bounded by two lines (horizontal and vertical) that goes through the center of the null set.
#5 by Kate on July 8th, 2009
doesn’t the fact that it’s a circle inside a square table imply that there’s at least a point of uber perfection across both scales outside the null set?
#6 by stonea on July 8th, 2009
Does the null set represent that there are no people in the specified physical/mental attractiveness range or does it represent that there are no people that I (the viewer) am eligible for dating in that range?
#7 by yuki on July 8th, 2009
There are points of perfection, but they are in the complex space.
#8 by Alan LaMielle on July 8th, 2009
I believe that the two axes should have parameters associated with them depending on your standards for mental/physical attractiveness. This would mean that the ‘Zone of PAIN’ would not always be a circle, depending on your particular parameter values.
#9 by stonea on July 8th, 2009
Is this chart supposed to represent the illustrator’s personal preferences / observations, or is it supposed to represent what is true for all (or the majority of) people?
#10 by Alan LaMielle on July 8th, 2009
I’m really not sure, my first assumption was that it was supposed to be true in general. However now I’m beginning to question that assumption. It may be that this is specific to the creator, and therefore not actually directly applicable to any of us. Our own graphs will vary according to our particular parameter values.
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