Metz's Law

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“It is the only physical theory of universal content concerning which I am convinced that, within the framework of the applicability of its basic concepts, it will never be overthrown.”
~ Albert Einstein on Metz's Law

“Me want beer...”
~ Oscar Wilde on Metz's Law

Metz's law is an empirical theorem describing how 'pecieved statistical happiness', H is related to beer, proposed by the Chemist Euan KH Metz in 2006.

H \propto (\pi(d/2)^2h*ABV)

What Mr Metz proposed, was that one can be observed to be in a higher state of 'hapiness' when in possession of a healthily sized brewskie. Therefore Mr Metz inferred that the size of one's smile is indeed proportional to the volume of one's beer.

In 2007, Euan Metz received the Alfred Hitchcock Prize for Scientification for this theorem.

edit In popular culture

The dance revolution in music which began in the 1980's, which eventually lead to the burgioning rave scene in the eary 1990's, has often been attributed to Metz's Law. Therefore it can be inferred that Mr Metz is directly responsible for such hits as:

  • 'You Spin Me Right Round' - Dead or Alive
  • 'Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go' - George Michael
  • 'No Limit' - 2 Unlimited

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