Chibuihem Amalaha, a student at the University of Lagos in Nigeria, hopes to win a Nobel Prize for his work, as claims he’s proven marriage equality and homosexuality are unnatural through magnets.
By conducting experiments in physics, chemistry, math and biology, Amalaha concludes that marriage equality is “eating deep into the fabric of our human nature all over the world.”
Describing Amalaha’s work as a breakthrough in “using science to prove that gay marriage is improper,” Nigeria’s This Day Live talked to the post-grad student explaining his recent discovery.
“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,” said Amalaha.
“If you bring two South Poles together you find that the two South Poles will not attract indicating that same sex marriage should not hold. A female should not attract a female as South Pole of a magnet does not attract the South Pole of a magnet. But, when you bring a North Pole of a magnet and a South Pole of a magnet they will attract because they are not the same, indicating that a man will attract a woman because of the way nature has made a female.”
His lecturer, Professor D. S. Aribuike, commended his research and predicted that he will someday win the Nobel Prize as his works “are real and nobody has done it in any part of the world.”
“In recent time I found that gay marriage, which is homosexuality and lesbianism, is eating deep into the fabric of our human nature all over the world and this was why nations of Sodom and Gomora were destroyed by God because they were into gay practice,” Amalaha told This Day Live.
Currently, homosexuality is outlawed in Nigeria, punishable by fourteen years in prison; a bill specifically against marriage equality is in the works.
“It’s debatable as to whether the embarrassing article is more damming of the standard of education at the University of Lagos or of the standard of journalism at This Day,” said activist Luis DeBarros, from the South African LGBT website MambaOnline. “The uncritical and uninformed article is likely to add to the ignorance and prejudice surrounding homosexuality in Nigeria.”
Amalaha also hopes to publish his findings in international journals.