Elon Musk Tweets Meme On Einstein’s Famous Equation, Then This Happened

Tech billionaire Elon Musk is an open fan of memes. He often shares visual jokes on Twitter, where he has over 129 million followers.

Mr. Musk himself doesn’t make much memes. Instead, he finds them online or sends others his favorites. Sometimes he even reposts his favorites without citing the original.

This time, the Tesla and SpaceX chief shared a hilarious meme on Albert Einstein’s famous equation, E = MC2.

In physics, the formula defines the energy (E) of a particle as the product of its mass (m) in its rest frame with the speed of light squared (c).

It basically means that mass and energy are the same physical entity and can be converted into each other. However, in Mr. Musk’s meme Energy = Milk x Coffee2.

The second part of the meme is hilarious as it features Einstein, theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking and American astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.

It depicts Hawking and deGrasse holding Einstein. The subtext on the meme reads, “Calm down calm down”.

Mr Musk shared the meme this morning and it has since collected over 40 million views and over 400 likes. Internet users flooded the comments section with all kinds of reactions.

One user wrote, “I truly believe Elon has a meme guy on staff. His whole job is to bring Elon 5 good memes every day by 5:00,” while another said, “your gallery is pretty much memes.”

A third commented, “I see nothing but the absolute truth. Even science supports that formula”. A fourth added jokingly, “That’s misinformation!”

Meanwhile, last month, Mr Musk also shared a hilarious meme of a suspected Chinese ‘spy’ balloon being destroyed by a US fighter plane.

Reacting to the destruction, Mr Musk responded to a BBC article shared on Twitter about the US shooting down the airship over the Atlantic.

The CEOs of Tesla and SpaceX shared a funny meme, which shows the flying house featured in the 2009 animated film ‘Up’ being shot.

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Information Source: NDTV

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