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17th Feb '18 12:52:38 AM nombretomado
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* ''The PJs'' actually used the trope title in-context. When Thurgood is attempting to prepare to go back to school, a neighbor helps him catch up on his science. The neighbor writes "E=MC___" on the board, and Thurgood subsequently writes in "Hammer". After a second attempt, he writes in "Nuggets" (geddit?)

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* ''The PJs'' ''WesternAnimation/ThePJs'' actually used the trope title in-context. When Thurgood is attempting to prepare to go back to school, a neighbor helps him catch up on his science. The neighbor writes "E=MC___" on the board, and Thurgood subsequently writes in "Hammer". After a second attempt, he writes in "Nuggets" (geddit?)
4th Feb '18 3:10:34 AM Siempie
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*** His first episode ("Deep Breath") takes this UpToEleven. While suffering from a severe bout of amnesia and delirium, he gets a hold of a piece of chalk and covers ''[[RoomFullOfCrazy his entire bedroom]]'' in mathematical equations.
20th Jan '18 8:08:44 PM Prfnoff
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* The title of Music/PDQBach's opera ''Einstein on the Fritz'', according to the liner notes to ''1712 Overture & Other Musical Assaults'', refers to one 17th-century mathematician and philosopher Alphonse Einstein, whose best-remembered equation symbolized the proposition that ''energy equals matzoh balls in chicken soup''. Originally the equation written ''e=mbcs'', but Einstein decided to omit the bs and add a superscripted numeral 2 to signify that this was a ''square'' meal.

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* The title of Music/PDQBach's opera ''Einstein on the Fritz'', Fritz'' (whose surviving prelude is indexed as S. e=mt[--[[superscript:2]]--]), according to the liner notes to ''1712 Overture & Other Musical Assaults'', refers to one 17th-century mathematician and philosopher Alphonse Einstein, whose best-remembered equation symbolized symbolizes the proposition that ''energy equals matzoh balls in chicken soup''. Originally the this equation was written ''e=mbcs'', but Einstein later decided to omit the bs and add a superscripted numeral 2 to signify that this was a ''square'' meal.
20th Jan '18 7:53:57 PM Prfnoff
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* The title of Music/PDQBach's opera ''Einstein on the Fritz'', according to the liner notes to ''1712 Overture & Other Musical Assaults'', refers to one 17th-century mathematician and philosopher Alphonse Einstein, whose best-remembered equation symbolized the proposition that ''energy equals matzoh balls in chicken soup''. Originally the equation written ''e=mbcs'', but Einstein decided to omit the bs and add a superscripted numeral 2 to signify that this was a ''square'' meal.
3rd Jan '18 5:10:51 AM Cryoclaste
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* The opening animation and title screen of WebOriginal/GameTheory features a complicated equation that somehow involves {{Mario}} jumping over a [[WaddlingHead Goomba]].

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* The opening animation and title screen of WebOriginal/GameTheory features a complicated equation that somehow involves {{Mario}} Mario jumping over a [[WaddlingHead Goomba]].
15th Dec '17 3:33:55 PM NumberFortyFour
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** One instance of this has Sandy showing [=SpongeBob=] an equation that is a bizarre hybrid of a function and an infinite limit.
19th Nov '17 1:23:18 PM Auintus
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* Played [[spoiler:for laughs]] in ''The Maelstrom'' by Roger E. Moore (from [[TabletopGame/{{Spelljammer}} Cloakmaster Cycle]]) [[spoiler: with Tinker Gnomes.]]
29th Oct '17 4:54:25 PM WillKeaton
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Also related to relativity[[note]]but this time general relativity instead of special relativity[[/note]], the Einstein field equations (R[[subscript:ab]] - (1/2)g[[subscript:ab]]R = (8πG/c[--[[superscript:4]]--])T[[subscript:ab]]) are rising in prominence as a decorative formula, as E=mc[--[[superscript:2]]--] has started to become a cliché. Loosely, the terms of the left describe the curvature of space-time (which is perceived as gravity) while the terms on the right refer to the distribution of matter. [[note]] Solving these equations even for the simplest cases is far beyond almost ''anybody'''s abilities (solving them for our own spacetime has not yet been achieved in the entire century they've been known for, and isn't likely to happen any time soon). It requires graduate education in mathematics just to understand them; writing them out in any lower educational institution would be wholly pointless.[[/note]]

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Also related to relativity[[note]]but relativity,[[note]]but this time general relativity instead of special relativity[[/note]], relativity,[[/note]] the Einstein field equations (R[[subscript:ab]] - (1/2)g[[subscript:ab]]R = (8πG/c[--[[superscript:4]]--])T[[subscript:ab]]) are rising in prominence as a decorative formula, as E=mc[--[[superscript:2]]--] has started to become a cliché. Loosely, the terms of the left describe the curvature of space-time (which is perceived as gravity) while the terms on the right refer to the distribution of matter. [[note]] Solving these equations even for the simplest cases is far beyond almost ''anybody'''s abilities (solving them for our own spacetime has not yet been achieved in the entire century they've been known for, and isn't likely to happen any time soon). It requires graduate education in mathematics just to understand them; writing them out in any lower educational institution would be wholly pointless.[[/note]]
29th Oct '17 4:53:36 PM WillKeaton
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[[caption-width-right:300:So you see, [[BlatantLies it's perfectly simple]]. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wFDWP5JwSM Any questions, class]]?]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:So you see, [[BlatantLies it's perfectly simple]]. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5wFDWP5JwSM Any questions, class]]?]]
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26th Oct '17 5:59:53 AM jormis29
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* Big Audio Dynamite included a song called E=MC[--[[superscript:2]]--] on their first album.[[note]]It's a NonAppearingTitle and a GeniusBonus. The song is about the films of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolas_Roeg Nicolas Roeg]] and the title references the appearance of Einstein as a character in ''Insignificance''[[/note]]

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* Big Audio Dynamite included a song called E=MC[--[[superscript:2]]--] on their first album.[[note]]It's a NonAppearingTitle and a GeniusBonus. The song is about the films of [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nicolas_Roeg Nicolas Roeg]] Creator/NicolasRoeg and the title references the appearance of Einstein as a character in ''Insignificance''[[/note]]''Film/{{Insignificance}}''[[/note]]
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