## Equations on a Mausoleum

Why would a guy in Wheaton, Illinois put these two equations on his mausoleum?

$\nabla$$^{2}$$\psi$+8p$^{2}$m(E-U)$\psi$$\int$h$^{2}$=0

$\nabla$$_{0}$$\beta$=$\sigma$

The first equation looks to be a variation of Schrodinger's wave equation.

The second looks like a Heaviside-Maxwell wave equation.

Any ideas?

The guy also put a Cartesian polar coordinates graph showing Quadrature Phase Shift Keying, some sacred geometry Greek characters, and the solar system in grand conjunction (with a flying saucer near Neptune).
 Could have has just been a crackpot who believed in some pseudoscience involving UFOS/mysticism? Those equations look rather meaningless to me. Do you have a picture and are you sure you copied them correctly?
 I've attached images. I've had someone speculate that the equations could be trying to show that a magnetic monopole can exist. Also, there's a large 'Schumann' engraved on the mausoleum, which must refer to Schumann resonance. Attached Thumbnails

## Equations on a Mausoleum

 Quote by MSFerguson I've attached images. I've had someone speculate that the equations could be trying to show that a magnetic monopole can exist. Also, there's a large 'Schumann' engraved on the mausoleum, which must refer to Schumann resonance.
Not his name? I don't know, but honestly it seems like mostly nonsense to me. What makes you think it refers to magnetic monopoles, and what has that got to do with astronomy?
 Recognitions: Science Advisor I'd say this part clinches the case here: $$\int h^2$$ This expression is meaningless as there is no variable of integration. There are lots of possibilities as to why this was put there. Could be anywhere between "looks cool" and a strange belief in the mystical power of certain equations. Either way, the equation, as written, is nonsense.

 Quote by Chalnoth I'd say this part clinches the case here: $$\int h^2$$ This expression is meaningless as there is no variable of integration. There are lots of possibilities as to why this was put there. Could be anywhere between "looks cool" and a strange belief in the mystical power of certain equations. Either way, the equation, as written, is nonsense.
Yea that's pretty much what my impression is. A rich guy who liked the style of physics without actually learning any of it. Similar to someone who can't speak or read Chinese getting a Chinese letter tattoo. Also I've never seen an equation that had any physical meaning that relates a 2nd order derivative to an integral (especially a meaningless one).
 Interesting information, is this mausoleum or grave entry listed on Find A Grave? If so can you supply the memorial number or the name of the person in the Wheaton Cemetery. My reason for interest is that I have a web site that list community and unusually mausoleums in the U.S. Regards, David in Wichita
 Perhaps he was a pretentious fool, or a deluded nutcase?

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