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
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.