What you’re about to watch is the work of a name you should remember: Dani Ochoa.
Dani, who characterizes herself as “a girl with too much time on her hands” is also, apparently, a goddamn math genius.
She figured out how to play the Mos Eiseley Cantina theme from “Star Wars.”
With a pencil.
While writing a coherent and apparently working math equation.
And not just a working math equation. But a working math equation that produces, yes, the number of the speed of light.A sampling of crowdsourced math-checked, via the Reddit Video thread, found this:
…These letters are actually common variables found in physics!
v commonly stands for velocity
V stands for voltage
E stands for Young’s Modulus, which is the measure of a solid materials stiffness
f stands for friction
A is peak amplitude
This is where things really start to get crazy. If we can extrapolate that this formula has something to do with the Star Wars universe, then perhaps it might has something to do with space travel (since, you know, that is one of the major themes of the universe right?).
Currently, space shuttles that leave Earth travel at approximately 17,500 miles p—
Yeah, look, we work for a website, half this industry barely squeaked by Algebra 2—we don’t know if the math actually checks out, but sure as hell sounds legit.
Anyway, bottom line, here: Dani Ochoa deserves a MacArthur Grant. With a little more time on her hands, she’s gonna send us into the fifth dimension and find a new planet where we can live. There, phrases like “Steve Bannon” don’t exist. All hail.