In the driver's seat of a van beside the open window, a fat man sways in time to the rock music playing at full blast from the dashboard.
Opposite the newsagent counter in the supermarket my eye is caught by the cover line of this week's New Scientist. "Quantum Shadows. No waves. No particles. Reality is even stranger than we thought." Impossible to resist. I haven't read it yet. And when I do, I wonder how enlightened I shall be.
Now here's a test: If you decide on a post about Quantum Shadows see if you can do it from memory. As if it had been a telly programme. (Yes, I know about Iplayer, but I can never be fussed).
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