|A formula for happiness so important it by-passed peer review!|
Let's get to work immediately. First thing to do is ascertain just what are the units of happiness ? Dr. Arnall must have accidentally overlooked this part, but no worries, we can do a swift dimensional analysis and calculate them for ourselves! But what exact units do you measure being outdoors, in nature, or engaging in social activity in ? Or childhood memories ? Or harder still, holiday expectation ? Perhaps Dr Arnall overlooked a few things. It's not a problem - we'll assume that being outdoors and in nature are binary conditions, so either 0 or 1. Social interaction is given by a cardinal number of people you interact with. Childhood memories is a constant depending on your memories types - 1 for good memories, 0 for no memories, -1 for bad memories. Temperature is measured in Kelvin, but holiday expectation isn't as clear. However, for the formula to work the units on the bottom of the equation must match so we'll assume is the anticipated summer temperature. Plugging all this in leads us to finding number one.