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'. 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 << Intra-Articular Hyaluronic Acid Injections Lead to Improved... Study Shows Countries With Lower Gun Ownership Safer Than T... >> Recommended Reading Next Generation of Young Footballers Likely to be More Supportive of Gay Teammates A joint study reveals that the next generation of young footballers is likely to be more supportive of gay teammates compared to their predecessors from a decade ago. READ MORE French President Signs Gay Marriage into Law After nearly a year of debates and protests across the country, French President Francois Hollande has finally signed gay marriage into law. READ MORE US Boy Scouts to Allow Gay Youths, Not Leaders After a vote in the annual meeting in Texas, the Boy Scouts of America proclaimed that they will allow gay youths to join the organisation READ MORE Brazil Clears Way for Gay Marriage In Brazil, a top judicial panel cleared the way for same-sex marriage, ruling that gay couples could not be denied marriage licenses. READ MORE Is Life Better Staying Single or Getting Married? The stigma linked to staying single is gradually disappearing. More people opt to stay single and many even claim to be happier. But there are both advantages and disadvantages to staying single. READ MORE Most Popular on Medindia Blood - Sugar Chart Sinopril (2mg) (Lacidipine) Drug - Food Interactions More News on: Is Life Better Staying Single or Getting Married?