Alright, this equation is just BIZARRE and amazes me yet makes me feel incredibly stupid at once.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

[tex]{\cal L}_R = \sum_{i=1}^G \bar{E}^i_R(i\kern+0.1em /\kern-0.55em \partial - g_1Y_E \kern+0.1em /\kern-0.65em B)E^i_R + \bar{D}^i_R(i\kern+0.1em /\kern-0.65em D - g_1Y_D \kern+0.1em /\kern-0.65em B)D^i_R + \bar{U}^i_R(i\kern+0.15em /\kern-0.65em D - g_1Y_U \kern+0.1em /\kern-0.65em B)U^i_R[/tex]

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Anyone feel like explaning what it means? Is it a REAL EQUATION or just random stuff put together?

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# Uhmwhat is a constant with a verticle slash though it? heh

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