A Nigerian has used magnets to “prove” that gay marriage is wrong *sigh*


nigerian student uses magnets to prove gay marriage is wrong

This absolute loser at life from the University of Lagos has tried to demonstrate that gay marriage is wrong through a series of experiments with magnets. I kid you not, post grad student Chibuihem Amalahah has designed experiments using magnetic fields to something show that gay marriage is wrong. This is what he had to say:

“I used two bar magnets in my research. A bar magnet is a horizontal magnet that has the North Pole and the South Pole and when you bring two bar magnets and you bring the North Pole together you find that the two North Poles will not attract,”  “They will repel, that is, they will push away themselves showing that a man should not attract a man.” “And so God gave me the wisdom to use science as a scientist to prove gay marriage wrong.”

Amalaha resides in a country where same sex relations are still frowned upon, even resulting in death by stoning in some parts of the country. It’s pretty sad that this is type of “research” that is going on at a higher education institution anywhere in the world.

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Comments 4

  1. Stating the obvious & relating it to Gay Marriage does not make it science… maybe the crash course at Lagos promotes this type of psuedo science. BS if you ask me. Live & Let Live!

  2. I have used oil and water in my research and shown that oil and water do not mix. Oil mixes with oil and water mixes with water, showing that heterosexual marriage is unnatural.

  3. and yet u call this guy from a 3rd world nation a “loser at life”…typical of gaylovers, u are quick to judge others and expect the same doesn’t happen to you

    1. Luckman magnets don’t prove anything other than magnetic fields. Believing anything other than that makes you a loser. Gaylovers? My word step into the 21st century why don’t you…

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