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The bottom line is relationship science still has a long way to go to decipher romantic attraction and what makes two particular people click, said co-author Eastwick.

"It may be that we never figure it out, that it is a property we can never get at because it is simply not predictable," Eastwick said.

9 at Kingsbury Hall on the University of Utah campus.

The researchers used data from two samples of speed daters, who filled out questionnaires about more than 100 traits and preferences and then met in a series of four-minute dates.

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Afterward, the participants rated their interactions, indicating level of interest in and sexual attraction to each person they met.

Joel and her colleagues used a cutting-edge machine learning algorithm to test whether it was possible to predict unique romantic desire based on participants' questionnaire responses and before the individuals met. They found it was possible to predict the overall tendency for someone to like and to be liked by others -- but not which two particular people were a match.

until everybody met everybody but nobody met someone twice.

Then form 6 other groups and 6 others again and again...

"Romantic desire may well be more like an earthquake, involving a dynamic and chaos-like process, than a chemical reaction involving the right combination of traits and preferences." University of Utah. A magic formula to predict attraction is more elusive than ever: Study finds machine learning can predict aspects of attraction, but not the perfect soul mate." Science Daily.