**The World’s Most Beautiful Equations**From top:

*General Relativity*

*Special Relativity*

*Calculus*

*Euler’s equation*

*The Euler Line*

(via LiveScience)

**The World’s Most Beautiful Equations**From top:

(via LiveScience)

Math is Beautiful, math is the absolute truth and that makes it beautiful. Mathematicians even go so far as calling it an art form.

mathematics, rightly viewed, possesses not only truth, but supreme beauty — a beauty cold and austere, like that of sculpture, without appeal to any part of our weaker nature, without the gorgeous trappings of painting or music, yet sublimely pure, and capable of a stern perfection such as only the greatest art can show - Bertrand Russel

One of the most amazing equations, in my opinion, is the Lorentz factor,

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Virtually all of the mathematics behind Einsteins theory or special relativity can be reduced back to this one, simple equation. basically, these few lines describe exactly what happens when you travel close to the speed of light, and the fact that it is as simple and short as it is, is beautiful.

**Merry Christmas**, I wish you all a joyful and happy holidays.

**DIY Free Printable Science Valentines from Evil Mad Scientist.** The ones with equations are from their 2013 collection and symbol Valentines’ cards are from their 2014 collection.

The 17 Equations That Changed The Course Of History (*Business Insider*)

Words of Wisdom found in Math Formulas. (Source)

Well, actually in Physics formulas, mathematics is just circumstantial here.

My window is smarter than yours…

A nice positive quote ^_^ I like it more because it has everything represented in mathematical equations and symbols ^_^

Check http://riibit.com/SO9FHEGM if you like it :)

The algebraic proof is simple enough, but a visual proof is always nice, too! From “Proofs Without Words” by Roger B. Nelsen.

Practising balancing equations and writing out chemical formulae for chemistry tomorrow 📝

Logarithms, explained.

**Logarithms explained in one handy gif.**

**Logarithms explained in a two-handed gif.**

From the TED-Ed Lesson Logarithms, explained - Steve Kelly

Animation by TED-Ed

Look at **Albert Einstein** working in his **Theory of General Relativity** in Zurich:

Einstein’s search for general relativity spanned eight years, 1907-1915. Some periods were quiet and some were more intense. The moments when the great transition occurred, came sometime between the late summer of 1912, when Einstein moved from Prague to Zurich, and early 1913.

Source (and context): **A Peek into Einstein’s Zurich Notebook**, from the absolutely advisable page of *Goodies* by *Professor John D. Norton*, (Department of History and Philosophy of Science - University of Pittsburgh), from now in my bookmarks.

What I like to call my “innovation wall.” These are mostly original/rough ideas and proofs for theorems etc I’ve dreamt up at 3am or some other ungodly hour.

“Momentum” is a 3-year project in which photographer Alejandro Guijarro travelled to the great Quantum Mechanics institutions of the world and photographed the blackboards just as he found them. (X)

From “Proofs Without Words” by Roger B. Nelsen.