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In this 12 days long NYU Summer Enrichment STEM project at Brooklyn School and Medicine, we (I, Nick, Cesar and Layla) use everything from a stunning apple to the Catapult to illustrate the beauty of Math, Physics and Engineering. Mathematics is the native language of God because it explains the laws of physics beautifully, ranging from the deterministic nature of classical mechanics to the non-deterministic characteristic of quantum mechanics. Over the last few days, we helped this young stars understand that physics and engineering actually two side of a same coin which is made of Mathematics. Our aim was to generate engineers who would become fearless investigators of nature, like Newton and Einstein, in revealing the secret of God. We were successful for two reasons: Group 1 scored, in average, 55% higher in the Post-test than the pretest. Group 2 made 85% progress.

Just as engineers see what untrained eyes can’t, a person who knows the language of God (it’s math) can chip away at the mystery of universe, just like Newton, James Maxwell, Albert Einstein or Erwin Schrodinger had. They used mathematics to read the mind of God and described it in the form of equations, such as F=ma or E=mc2. In fact, these two equations, along with the Maxwell and Schrodinger equations, have changed the world: F= ma gave us the Industrial Revolution, the Maxwell equations gave us the electrical and computer revolution, E=mc2, gave us nuclear power, and Schrodinger’s wave equation gave birth to quantum mechanics.

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Just as engineers see what untrained eyes can’t, a person who knows the language of God (it’s math) can chip away at the mystery of

universe, just like Newton, James Maxwell, Albert Einstein or Erwin Schrodinger had. They used mathematics to read the mind of God and described it in the form of equations, such as F=ma or E=mc2. In fact, these two equations, along with the Maxwell and Schrodinger equations, have changed the world: F= ma gave us the Industrial Revolution, the Maxwell equations gave us the electrical and computer revolution, E=mc2, gave us nuclear power, and Schrodinger’s wave equation gave birth to quantum mechanics.