So I've been thinking, Alot, about game theory as it applies to (potential) relationships. Mostly I rant about how ill-suited the social necessity of the conflation of coupling and sex applies to my existence, but today I'm going to do something a little different and consider things scientifically. What are the possibility vectors for a relationship for me?

A typical possibility vector would go like this:

  1. I have a pool of friends
  2. From said pool, I have a perceived compatability with each female
  3. I estimate each person's compatability to me
  4. Given some metric of my expectations versus estimated possibilities, I end up hooking up with one or more people from said group
  5. Life happens, making vector members 1-4 irrelavent

However, the given, 1., does not apply: I don't have a pool of friends nor do I particularly have intentions of acquiring one. So given this baseline case, let's see what life holds for me. Shall we?


  1. Lack of necessity of "doing" anything.


The cross product of all possibility vectors is the very large Hilbert space that describes the mutual affection of humanity for itself.