Saturday, July 25

Nature = Mathematics

7 comments:

Mandula said...

Simply beautiful (nature, not maths). :)

Metamatician said...

They're both beautiful, silly!

Mandula said...

Noooo. :)))

Metamatician said...

YES!!

=D

Metamatician said...

Example: Euler's equation. The most beautiful equation in the world:

1 + e^iπ = 0

And if the restrictions of HTML in blogger didn't prevent me from writing out the math symbols properly, we'd have Einstein's E = MC^2, his equation of general relativity, the ideal gas law, Maxwell's four equations encapsulation all there is to know about electromagnetism, the Pythagorean Theorem, Fermat's Last Theorem (its equation), and finally some "chaotic" or fractal equations, such as the Julia or Mandelbrot sets.

And more. Riemann's series, Mersenne number distribution derivatives, Cantor infinite series and their 1st and 2nd derivatives...

empath said...

the shell is beautiful. I don't care about the math part.

Metamatician said...

Lol. Okay, I've been overruled on the math front. Glad you like the nautilus shell!

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