Magnets’ Repelling Nature Forms Basis of Nigerian Student’s Conclusion That Gay Marriages are Wrong

by Kathy Jones on  September 20, 2013 at 8:36 PM Lifestyle News
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A Nigerian post-graduate student has made use of bar magnet's repelling nature to 'demonstrate' that gay marriage is scientifically wrong as nature does not allow 'like' to attract 'like'.
 Magnets’ Repelling Nature Forms Basis of Nigerian Student’s Conclusion That Gay Marriages are Wrong
Magnets’ Repelling Nature Forms Basis of Nigerian Student’s Conclusion That Gay Marriages are Wrong

Chibuihem Amalaha, a student at the University of Lagos, told Nigeria's 'This Day Live' that same-sex marriage is "eating deep into the fabric of our human nature all over the world," the Huffington Post reported.

Amalaha has claimed that he conducted "experiments" in physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics to test his theory and deduced that the repellence of two similar entities proves that same-sex marriage is wrong.

He is apparently hoping to become a Nobel Prize winner someday for his work.

Source: ANI

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