I present to you, the formula for the perfect turn. This formula, if performed correctly on snow, will cause you to do the perfect turn on any terrain in any conditions. You're welcome.
If you had taken time to study my formula you would see that it takes into account the sidecut of the skis. As Stein is on straight skis, a wider stance in not necessary to achieve proper edge contact. Don't ever question me again.
I'm only going to offer this warning once: if any sort of alteration is made to my formula, terrible events are likely to occur, aside from your turns looking like crap. Reversing the formula could create a tangent universe. You've been warned.
I wish I had known about this earlier. My lack of knowledge of the existence of this elegant mathematical solution has caused me vast internal damage, resulting in knee, hip, and back replacements.
Thank you for this wisdom!
Just multiply by the complex conjugate and integrate. Piece of cake.
I think I need a head replacement...