Jeremy came back from MIT with this shirt. I love this shirt, but Vince grabbed it before I could and wore it to school today.

You guys get it, right?

E = mc2

*i*=

√ -1

PV=nRT

The last equation, the ideal gas law, is the most beautiful equation I have ever learned. More beautiful than F=ma and a2+b2 = c2. I think the most beautiful equations are the ones you learn first. Last night, I even remembered that the gas constant R is 8.314 after so many years of not thinking about it. Of course, it is the

*ideal*gas law meaning that gasses in real life don’t adhere to the equation perfectly because it assumes that there is no attraction between the gas particles. I remember being a bit upset when I had to learn the modification to the equation to take into account the deviations from ideal-ness.
When joking with Civil Engineering friends, I always said that the mother-hood law for Civil Engineering is actually a very strip-down version of the equation from gas dynamics – the Navier Stokes equation. This equation is in use by Mechanical Engineers to resolve gas dynamics. In it, if we assume in-compressible, heavy viscosity, etc., it becomes the fundamental laws for steel and concrete 🙂

MIT M=E/C*C

I= Square root of (-1)

T= PV/nR

MIT is not Made In Taiwan?

The Navier-Stokes equations are also beautiful.

Yes. Navier-Stokes equation is very good one. I worked on this equation for couple years and got my degree many years back.