# The Elegance of Scientific Equations

Perhaps we see equations as simple because they are easily expressed in terms of mathematical notation already invented at an earlier stage of development of the science, and thus what appears to us as elegance of description really reflects the interconnectedness of Nature's laws at different levels.

## Notes:

...may merely reflect the interconnectedness of nature.

**Taxonomies:**

/science (0.377398)

/society (0.370298)

/science/mathematics/algebra (0.283719)

**Keywords:**

Scientific Equations (0.933307 (positive:0.336850)), mathematical notation (0.858030 (positive:0.554407)), earlier stage (0.856657 (positive:0.554407)), different levels (0.775462 (positive:0.566539)), interconnectedness (0.767047 (positive:0.566539)), elegance (0.693080 (positive:0.451695)), nature (0.493355 (positive:0.566539)), terms (0.405574 (positive:0.554407)), development (0.403651 (positive:0.554407)), science (0.403126 (positive:0.554407))

**Entities:**

Elegance of Scientific Equations:PrintMedia (0.917465 (positive:0.336850))

**Concepts:**

Science (0.937574): dbpedia | freebase | opencyc

Physics (0.923528): dbpedia | freebase | opencyc

Social sciences (0.850134): dbpedia | opencyc

Natural science (0.790647): dbpedia | freebase

Mathematics (0.789900): dbpedia | freebase | opencyc

Aesthetics (0.782605): dbpedia | freebase

Nature (0.748647): dbpedia | freebase | opencyc

Scientific journal (0.704700): dbpedia | freebase

**Les prix Nobel en 1969**

**Books, Brochures, and Chapters>**

**Book:**Gell-Mann , Murray (1969)

*, Les prix Nobel en 1969*, Retrieved on 2012-05-29