CORRESPONDING BLOG POST
"[The] Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle states that it is impossible to know both the exact position and the exact velocity of an object at the same time. However, the effect is tiny and so is only noticeable on a subatomic scale."
Titled as so because I find something so surrealistic about the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle. Despite it being literally attributed to electrons alone, I find its sublimity to be rather apparent when examining it in a more figurative light... It is possible that when you only just begin to look for something, it may already be gone, and you may never know where it went. Something so enigmatic and thought-provoking about it, I suppose... Ellipses used for added *mystique*...
Also, wishing I had more sheer or velvet black garments... Been quite into the funeral-esque/underworld chic aesthetic as of late because Hades is ~*~mah man~*~.