By: Charles Smith (BSc Physics, 2nd year)
Competition Year: 2012
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To wonder that common sense and logic are discarded,
That facts alone stand like grand pillars of power
In propping up the jewel of modern physics; quantum theory.
Subjected to close scrutiny, this theory has been bombarded,
By great minds like Einstein, who sought only to devour
The notion that chance could play a crucial role in this field.
Yet this theory has risen through the eddying mists of ignorance,
And is inspirational in showing the true beauty of science.
But, accessibility is seemingly reserved to a select few,
Which has estranged the theory and made it taboo.
What beauty surrounds us, that we should show
Such blind indifference, with a wanton smile.
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