For Yan it was the flux within all this which first took hold of his imagination. All was explained by the only constant being change. The interference of perception undoubtedly inducing more change had become apparent in quantum physics, and this led to scientists like him recognising a potential futility in working with a field where the foundations could switch to the next wall to climb. ‘You cannot form a reliable science without accounting for every influence and the influence of perception over any situation is huge. This leaves nothing provable without allowing for both perceiver and perceived.’
He continued and lost himself in a battle of logic over when and how the perceiver was perceivable.
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