Sy Garte’s post and Sheila Deeth’s comment surpass the concept of the conjunction of science and scripture to focus upon the metaphorical mirroring of maths and our Maker. Relish the truism behind an atheist’s jest.
There are many essential equations that describe the physical reality of the universe. Einstein’s E = mc2 is probably one of the most famous, and also the simplest. In the 1920s, physicist Erwin Schrödinger developed an equation that is of prime importance in quantum physics and chemistry. I first learned about (and worked with) this equation in an advanced physical chemistry course in college. The equation is critical in understanding the behavior of electrons, molecules and the wave functions of physics. Here it is:
It isn’t a simple equation at all – all of the terms have complicated meanings – but here I will only discuss one part of it.
Recently I saw an amusing post on Twitter by an atheist that was also in the form of an equation. It was this:
This was a somewhat clever attempt by the poster to say something about God. The square…
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