On chapter 18 of "The Feynman Lectures on Physics Volume II: Mainly Electromagnetism and Matter", Richard Feynman presents a table which he says has "all that was known of fundamental classical physics, that is, the physics that was known by 1905." And he adds "Here it is all, in one table. With these equations we can understand the complete realm of physics."
Even though this sounds too reductionist to me, I think it is quite interesting and I was wondering whether it is possible to imagine and create a second table, containing the most fundamental equations of all current Physics.
I understand that a mere list of formulas is useless if one doesn't get the underling concepts. But, even for aesthetic reasons, what I am trying to do is just to ask: What would a more or less brief list of the supposedly most fundamental equations of Classical and Modern Physics look like?
The CERN standard model (SM) Lagrangian T-shirt (by John Ellis, I think) -- it is not precise but captures all the essential details. This should make @roy happy. Recall that the SM doesn't include GR.