People, the science has spoken. Robert Pattinson, the 33-year-old actor best known for his roles in Twilight and The Twilight Saga, has been voted the world’s most attractive man. It’s nothing to be concerned about.
Daily Mail reports Batman’s “accuracy” to the Golden Ratio was found to be 92.15 percent “accurate” (also known as the Golden Ratio of Beauty, Phi or the Fibonacci number). Scientists have long used the mathematical method developed by the ancient Greeks during the European Renaissance to describe what makes a person physically beautiful.
Pattison’s facial features, such as her eyes, lips, chin, jaw, brows, and nose, were compared to those of other celebrities using the same formula and algorithm, and they came the closest to the ancient Greeks’ idea of an aesthetically pleasing face.
Ryan Gosling, Idris Elba, Brad Pitt, and Henry Cavill all had their facial features analyzed using the same algorithm. No one could match Pattinson’s “perfection” in any of the other roles. You guys are out of luck.
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