How about Euler's identity?
e^(i * pi) + 1 = 0
Carrol Cox wrote:
> Diana Manister wrote:
> > Huh? The formula for Einstein's Specail Theory of Relativity is a
> > language, but I see no emotional state expressed by it. Diana
> Excitement? Urge to explore it? Wonder?
> Surely there is emotional impact in a*2+b*2=c*2?
> Within a calculation those expressions are not language, and are
> processed by a different part of the brain. But in a verbal context, as
> in Hawking's A Brief History of Time or in a history of the ancient
> world they are certainly affective or the writer wouldn't bother to put
> them in. Hawking's calls attention to the fact that the only equation in
> his book is e+mc*2. The unity of energy and matter has no emotional
> Attention is an emotion.