George Bernard Shaw Quote

The orbit of the electron observes no law: it chooses one path and rejects another: it is as capricious as the planet Mercury, who wanders from his road to warm his hands at the sun. All is caprice: the calculable world has become incalculable.


Bernard Shaw's Plays, Too True to Be Good: A Political Extravaganza, Act III

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The orbit of the electron observes no law: it chooses one path and rejects another: it is as capricious as the planet Mercury, who wanders from his...

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The orbit of the electron observes no law: it chooses one path and rejects another: it is as capricious as the planet Mercury, who wanders from his...

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The orbit of the electron observes no law: it chooses one path and rejects another: it is as capricious as the planet Mercury, who wanders from his...

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The orbit of the electron observes no law: it chooses one path and rejects another: it is as capricious as the planet Mercury, who wanders from his...