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Science Fell In Love, So I Tried To Prove It: Love Researched!

There is a strong belief that science can explain the vast majority of cosmic events. But there are many aspects of our existence that science cannot explain through mathematics and for which it has not yet discovered a solution. The idea of love is the most well-known of these. Despite the fact that it may seem hard to apply scientific theory to such a complicated emotion, a bold and astute pair of Saitama University researchers want to take on the issue.

Plot:

One day the bold and beautiful Ayame Himuro outwardly declares that she is in love with Shinya Yukimura, her fellow logical and level-headed scientist. Acknowledging his lack of experience with romance, Yukimura questions what factors constitute love in the first place and whether he is in love with Himuro or not. Both clueless in love dealings, the pair begin to conduct detailed experiments on one another to test the human characteristics that indicate love and discern whether they demonstrate these traits toward each other. As Himuro and Yukimura begin their intimate analysis, can the two scientists successfully apply scientific theory, with the help of their friends, to quantify the feelings they express for one another?

What’s To Like?

  1. Unique Story: Although rom-coms frequently appear in anime, the idea of fusing science and love is new and highly intriguing.
  2. Animation: Really great animation. Clean, clear, and totally highlights the expressions of characters and the themes.
  3. Characters: An incredible array of characters coupled with a fast-paced and excellent character development.
  4. The Nerdic Romance: Two nerds are in love, resulting in a tonne of modest, sweet moments. These moments, in my opinion, are just as meaningful as extravagant displays of affection.

What’s Not To Like?

Technical Jargons: The show is heavily based on science, and contains many scientific terms that are sometimes hard to grasp.

Couple this with the fact that the comedy in the show sometimes relies on these scientific and technical terms, and you have a problem.

It makes some jokes fall flat.

Conclusion:

Science Fell In Love, So I Tried To Prove It is a very unique show and hence is very limiting. Although the show’s premise and comic cliches are good, not everyone will enjoy them.

If you like the character development of Kaguya Sama and the science of Dr. Stone, then this show is for you.

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Written by Akhlaq Ansari

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