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Hi Joao,

 

I am not a math expert at all, but this appears to be Maxwell’s equations for light or electromagnetism. I can't explain the equations but I think that these are 4 equations describing the behavior of light and electromagnetic radiation. To me it is a cool T-shirt because I am viewing it as the elegant mathematical design of how light is created by Jehovah. However, since this is a physics joke, maybe the point they are making is that light can be explained scientifically. Kind of mocking God maybe?

 

But if this shirt is worn by a "Christian" then maybe the point is that it shows the depth of God''s wisdom, that He is the Grand Mathematician! So just as "beauty is in the eye of the beholder", the meaning of this T-shirt "is in the eye of the beholder". :)

 

But if you buy this T-shirt, can you buy me 1 too? :D

(Just kidding)


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4 minutes ago, Beggar for the Spirit said:

Hi Joao,

 

I am not a math expert at all, but this appears to be Maxwell’s equations for light or electromagnetism. I can't explain the equations but I think that these are 4 equations describing the behavior of light and electromagnetic radiation. To me it is a cool T-shirt because I am viewing it as the elegant mathematical design of how light is created by Jehovah. However, since this is a physics joke, maybe the point they are making is that light can be explained scientifically. Kind of mocking God maybe?

 

But if this shirt is worn by a "Christian" then maybe the point is that it shows the depth of God''s wisdom, that He is the Grand Mathematician! So just as "beauty is in the eye of the beholder", the meaning of this T-shirt "is in the eye of the beholder". :)

 

But if you buy this T-shirt, can you buy me 1 too? :D

(Just kidding)

Thank you very much Neill

I had the same thoughts as you but am afraid that it's something mocking God as you said (altough I doubt it)

 

You can find it at Amazon along other cools shirts like the "Showroedinger's Cat, wanted dead and alive"

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I think that if you were wearing this shirt at a gathering among Witnesses, many would like it. They would ask you what it means and then after you explain what the T-shirt means and how this speaks about our Grand Mathematician Jehovah, this would be encouraging to them. (tu)

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