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August 17, 2006

a fun novel on quantum uncertainty

I definitely need to read this, Schroedinger's Ball, by Adam Felder. Reviewed by Richard Eder.

"As for a message, I suppose it would be, “Uncertainty transfigures.” To be taken no more seriously, and perhaps no less, than the “love will find a way” of a Strauss or a Franz Lehar. Which is also Mr. Felber’s message, come to think of it."

Do I resemble myself? Perhaps this kind of thing is what's being represented in the tattoo on Arzu's arm:


Posted by Steph at August 17, 2006 10:27 AM


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