# Nerdiest Tattoo Of The Day [Pic]

Joke”s on the nerd, the tattooist clearly inked the mathematical equation for “I smell of cheese, please kick my ass.”

Joke”s on the nerd, the tattooist clearly inked the mathematical equation for “I smell of cheese, please kick my ass.”

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Date: 05/26/09 06:16 PM

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- Joke`s on the nerd, the tattooist clearly inked the mathematical equation for `I smell of cheese, please kick my ass.`
I wonder what this even means. FerdyFred seems to be on to something.

ban please

If I had to tattoo that on someone, I`d probably miss a part.. Haha.

Mitdylan111....um, you 13 right....

nuff said

Because it says:

Circle with line through it X RA= Letter E X Circle with line through it X RA

Now that I think about it, you could cancel things out and get 0=Letter E GASP!

it should...

If you stretch the page, I`m deleting the offending post. Sorry.

What do you mean! Oh well, I guess you can`t appreciate the true beauty of this calculation...

It looks like the equation has to do with Quantum Particle Physics, specifically Brane Cosmology and the 5 Dimensional Warped Geometry Theory.

In layman`s terms; It`s an equation that helps explain our Universe and how it could have been created.

This is related to the kind of stuff I study for electrical engineering of nanoscienses.

The second line is some sort of Schroedinger Equation, and I think the last line solves for it.

It is Quantum Chemical equation related to wavelengths.

@SuperSmash:

If you`re really interested here are some different opinions on The Theory of Everything.

Theories of Everything

and an Article that explains the 5 dimensional theory.

Good Luck Understanding This

But, that may take 3 years and I`ll just wait for Discovery to dumb down the hell out of it for me.

I`ll definitely give it a try though.

Male, 18-29, Europe

126 Posts Tuesday, May 26, 2009 10:10:04 PM

well golly gee, someone sure knows how to use google to sound smart.

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If you`re referring to me then let me just say that yes, the internet can be used to portray a false level of intelligence.

In my case however, I do know what I`m talking about. I attend college to learn and I have a few friends studying some of these Theories and they looked familiar, so I thought I`d share. Just because I surf IAB, doesn`t mean I`m uneducated.

Really, you can make all the assumptions you want. It doesn`t prove anything.

And some obviously don`t need anything at all to sound stupid.

Also, Opie, for once I disagree with you. I think it`s very pretty, and more meaningful than some of the cheesy self written poems some people get done.

âˆ‘ = sum. I`m sure someone who went further than me (Calc 11 years ago) will say it means something else as well. Hope this helps =).

that is a Sigma. and they are freaking gay. they literally spawn homosexual people they are so gay.

I did think this quite interesting and creative. However, a tattoo of it?! This is the guy that masterbates to math equations instead women.

69!

the gay E thingy is used for addition.

You should feel really really dumb for asking that. Now everyone knows you didn`t graduate high school (at least where i`m from you can`t without knowing basic math)

People like you are holding the human race back!

it`s the only thing in physics he pretty much cares about, so he dedicated the entire fourth quarter to all this stuff because "college undergrads don`t even touch this stuff:"

special theory of relativity, dark matter, other quantum stuff, superstring theory, lorentz, god particles, schrondinger, lhc blah blah blah... i don`t really care. so if i actually paid attention, i`d tell you what that equation represents.

we`re in high school. teach us the basics first. the last basic we technically ever learned was acceleration. that`s chapter 3 in a book of 40 chapters. >:[ it`s his dream to work at CERN/fermilab... not teaching us.

You`ll re-learn the basics if you continue studying physics in college, so what`s wrong with trying to inspire a few students with a glimpse at what physics can be used to do?

My problem in high school was the exact opposite. My teachers were so short sighted that they didn`t care (or know) how what I was learning would apply to my future studies.

I think it`s better for a teacher to set their expectations high, and have the students fall a little short than to set the bar too low.

Wave functions aren`t uncertainties, just mathematical tools used to study physical systems.

Actually, in order to find the probability that a system is in a certain state, you (basically) multiply the wave function by itself.

Also, spammers ahoy!