Devil’s Daughter V

“क्या यह अधर्म का मार्ग छोड़ दूँ, सार्त्र?”

Werner Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle notes that the more accurately one tries to measure the position of a particle, the less accurately one can measure its speed, and vice versa.

The more accurately one tries to measure the devil’s daughter’s movement, the less accurately one can measure her stability. The more accurately one tries to measure the devil’s daughter’s beauty, the less accurately one can measure her intellect. The more accurately one tries to measure the devil’s daughter’s fear, the less accurately one can measure her danger. The devil’s daughter’s father asked in his book, “Should I leave the unrighteous path, Sartre?”

A black hole forms wherever the devil’s daughter stands signifying the end of Time.

In the city of Zurich, where the devil’s daughter is holidaying these days, black holes appear and disappear like a menacing dream. Whenever a physicist at CERN tries to write an equation on the white board, this phrase appears instead: “The devil is dead. Long live the devil.”

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