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Surely

Youre Joking, Mr. Feynman!

Detlef Drr

Mathematisches Institut

LMU Mnchen

maybe he still does); the sect of the understanders - the

holders of the truth

sect of the understanders? Nobody understands quantum

mechanics

maybe he still does); the sect of the understanders - the

holders of the truth

sect of the understanders? Nobody understands quantum

mechanics

Character of Physical Law

newspapers said that only twelve

men understood the theory of relativity. I do not believe there ever

was such a time. There might have been a time when only one man

did, because he was the only guy

who caught on, before he wrote his

paper. But after people read the

paper, a lot of people understood

the theory of relativity in some way

or other, certainly more than twelve. On the other hand, I think I

can safely say that nobody understands quantum mechanics.

quantities become operator observables

How?

; p P;

X

P

6= P

X

non

by putting hats on x X

commutative algebra

quantities become operator observables

How?

; p P;

X

P

6= P

X

non

by putting hats on x X

commutative algebra

quantities become operator observables

How?

; p P;

X

P

6= P

X

non

by putting hats on x X

commutative algebra

quantities become operator observables

How?

; p P;

X

P

6= P

X

non

by putting hats on x X

commutative algebra

No problem says W. Heisenberg, there is no real world

...the idea of an objective real world whose smallest parts exist

objectively in the same sense as stones or trees exist,

independently of whether or not we observe them... is

impossible....

in The Physicists Conception of Nature. Harcourt Brace, page 129,

(1958), (Trans. ArnoldJ. Pomerans)

No problem says W. Heisenberg, there is no real world

...the idea of an objective real world whose smallest parts exist

objectively in the same sense as stones or trees exist,

independently of whether or not we observe them... is

impossible....

in The Physicists Conception of Nature. Harcourt Brace, page 129,

(1958), (Trans. ArnoldJ. Pomerans)

philosopher

A complete elucidation of one and the same object may

require diverse points of view which defy a unique description.

Indeed, strictly speaking, the conscious analysis of any concept

stands in a relation of exclusion to its immediate application

Bohr quoted in M. Jammer, The Philosophy of Quantum Mechanics.

Wiley, New York, page 102, (1974) introducing complementarity

consists of waves fought with one another until they were

united in the synthesis of quantum mechanics. ...Only why not

apply it to the thesis Liberalism (or Capitalism), the antithesis

Communism, and expect a synthesis, instead of a complete

and permanent victory for the antithesis? There seems to be

some inconsistency. But the idea of complementarity goes

deeper. In fact, this thesis and antithesis represent two

psychological motives and economic forces, both justified in

themselves, but, in their extremes, mutually exclusive. ...there

must exist a relation between the latitudes of freedom df and

of regulation dr, of the type df dr=p. ...But what is the

political constant p? I must leave this to a future quantum

theory of human affairs.

Max Born: Physics and Politics

consists of waves fought with one another until they were

united in the synthesis of quantum mechanics. ...Only why not

apply it to the thesis Liberalism (or Capitalism), the antithesis

Communism, and expect a synthesis, instead of a complete

and permanent victory for the antithesis? There seems to be

some inconsistency. But the idea of complementarity goes

deeper. In fact, this thesis and antithesis represent two

psychological motives and economic forces, both justified in

themselves, but, in their extremes, mutually exclusive. ...there

must exist a relation between the latitudes of freedom df and

of regulation dr, of the type df dr=p. ...But what is the

political constant p? I must leave this to a future quantum

theory of human affairs.

Max Born: Physics and Politics

understandable, this is not what Feynman had in mind

Neither did he fall for that

He did worry about real physics

understandable, this is not what Feynman had in mind

Neither did he fall for that

He did worry about real physics

any classical way and which has in it the heart of

quantum mechanics. In reality it contains the only

mystery of quantum mechancis

Richard Feynman

It is clear that this result can in no way be reconciled with the

idea that electrons move in paths.... In quantum mechanics

there is no such concept as the path of a particle

of all evil?

A particle can only go through one of the slits, a wave can go

through both, but on the screen only localized dots appear, as

if particles arrived, but the ensemble of dots make up a

pattern which looks like an interference pattern of a wave

So? Wheres the problem?

No problem as this man suggested in 1927

of all evil?

A particle can only go through one of the slits, a wave can go

through both, but on the screen only localized dots appear, as

if particles arrived, but the ensemble of dots make up a

pattern which looks like an interference pattern of a wave

So? Wheres the problem?

No problem as this man suggested in 1927

of all evil?

A particle can only go through one of the slits, a wave can go

through both, but on the screen only localized dots appear, as

if particles arrived, but the ensemble of dots make up a

pattern which looks like an interference pattern of a wave

So? Wheres the problem?

No problem as this man suggested in 1927

the harmonizer

BUT he was ridiculed at the Solvay conference in 1927. WHY?

the harmonizer

BUT he was ridiculed at the Solvay conference in 1927. WHY?

the harmonizer

BUT he was ridiculed at the Solvay conference in 1927. WHY?

the harmonizer

BUT he was ridiculed at the Solvay conference in 1927. WHY?

Why did the physicists not listen? Why did they continue to

agonize over

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built

up a wave-like interference pattern, if one particle per year is

sent through the double slit? Whats the physics?

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one

looks through which slit the particle goes?

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes

the factual state of affairs? What is really going on?

Why did the physicists not listen? Why did they continue to

agonize over

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built

up a wave-like interference pattern, if one particle per year is

sent through the double slit? Whats the physics?

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one

looks through which slit the particle goes?

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes

the factual state of affairs? What is really going on?

Why did the physicists not listen? Why did they continue to

agonize over

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built

up a wave-like interference pattern, if one particle per year is

sent through the double slit? Whats the physics?

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one

looks through which slit the particle goes?

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes

the factual state of affairs? What is really going on?

agonize over

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built

up a wave-like interference pattern, if one particle per year is

sent through the double slit? Whats the physics?

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one

looks through which slit the particle goes?

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes

the factual state of affairs? What is really going on?

Wave function of n particles is a function of n position variables

This is called entanglement and is the source of decoherence

it is governed by a linear equation

It changes continuously, no jumps

23, 807 (1935) in: Die gegenwrtige Situation in der Quantenmechanik

writes about that

Wave function of n particles is a function of n position variables

This is called entanglement and is the source of decoherence

it is governed by a linear equation

It changes continuously, no jumps

23, 807 (1935) in: Die gegenwrtige Situation in der Quantenmechanik

writes about that

Wave function of n particles is a function of n position variables

This is called entanglement and is the source of decoherence

it is governed by a linear equation

It changes continuously, no jumps

23, 807 (1935) in: Die gegenwrtige Situation in der Quantenmechanik

writes about that

Wave function of n particles is a function of n position variables

This is called entanglement and is the source of decoherence

it is governed by a linear equation

It changes continuously, no jumps

23, 807 (1935) in: Die gegenwrtige Situation in der Quantenmechanik

writes about that

Wave function of n particles is a function of n position variables

This is called entanglement and is the source of decoherence

it is governed by a linear equation

It changes continuously, no jumps

23, 807 (1935) in: Die gegenwrtige Situation in der Quantenmechanik

writes about that

Wave function of n particles is a function of n position variables

This is called entanglement and is the source of decoherence

it is governed by a linear equation

It changes continuously, no jumps

23, 807 (1935) in: Die gegenwrtige Situation in der Quantenmechanik

writes about that

One can even set up quite ridiculous cases. A cat is penned up in a steel

chamber, along with the following device (which must be secured against

direct interference by the cat): in a Geiger counter there is a tiny bit of

radioactive substance, so small, that perhaps in the course of the hour

one of the atoms decays, but also, with equal probability, perhaps none; if

it happens, the counter tube discharges and through a relay releases a

hammer which shatters a small flask of hydrocyanic acid. If one has left

this entire system to itself for an hour, one would say that the cat still

lives if meanwhile no atom has decayed. The psi-function of the entire

system would express this by having in it the living and dead cat (pardon

the expression) mixed or smeared out in equal parts. It is typical of these

cases that an indeterminacy originally restricted to the atomic domain

becomes transformed into macroscopic indeterminacy, which can then be

resolved by direct observation. That prevents us from so naively

accepting as valid a blurred model for representing reality. In itself it

would not embody anything unclear or contradictory. There is a

difference between a shaky or out-of-focus photograph and a

snapshot of clouds and fog banks.

Clearly, the cat decoheres the atomic wave function and Alice

decoheres the cat, but who or what creates the facts?

and then

...the idea of an objective real world whose smallest parts exist objectively

in the same sense as stones or trees exist, independently of whether or

not we observe them... is impossible...

Does this mean that my observations become real only when I observe an

observer observing something as it happens? This is a horrible viewpoint.

Do you seriously entertain the thought that without observer there is no

reality? Which observer? Any observer? Is a fly an observer? Is a star an

observer? Was there no reality before 109 B.C. before life began? Or are

you the observer? Then there is no reality to the world after you are

dead? I know a number of otherwise respectable physicists who have

bought life insurance.

Some still think that this man (and perhaps this man thinks so

himself) can help us to exist! He is an observer, presumably

with life insurance

we dont need him:

Albert Einstein famously asked whether a wavefunction could be

collapsed by the observations of a mouse. Bell expanded on that, asking

whether the wavefunction of the world awaited the appearance of a

physicist with a PhD before collapsing. The QBist answers both

questions with no. A mouse lacks the mental facility to use quantum

mechanics to update its state assignments on the basis of its subsequent

experience, but these days even an undergraduate can easily learn enough

quantum mechanics to do just that.

we dont need him:

Albert Einstein famously asked whether a wavefunction could be

collapsed by the observations of a mouse. Bell expanded on that, asking

whether the wavefunction of the world awaited the appearance of a

physicist with a PhD before collapsing. The QBist answers both

questions with no. A mouse lacks the mental facility to use quantum

mechanics to update its state assignments on the basis of its subsequent

experience, but these days even an undergraduate can easily learn enough

quantum mechanics to do just that.

No said this man

To be, or not to be: that is the question: Whether tis nobler in the mind

to suffer The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune, Or to take arms

against a sea of troubles...

that the wave on configuration space guides the particles in

physical space ((Q1 , Q2 , ..., Qn ), )

trivial solution to all the mysteries of quantum mechanics.

is a solution of the Schrdinger equation

Q = (Q1 , ...QN ) positions of N particles. Q(t) solves the

guiding equation

d

Q ln

dt

Analyze this in Quantum Equilibrium (Boltzmannian statistical

analysis of BM)

is a solution of the Schrdinger equation

Q = (Q1 , ...QN ) positions of N particles. Q(t) solves the

guiding equation

d

Q ln

dt

Analyze this in Quantum Equilibrium (Boltzmannian statistical

analysis of BM)

a subsystem X of a big system Q = (X , Y ), (x, y ) has the

the subsystem and which sometimes is the effective wave function

observing an autonomous Schrdinger equation for the subsystem.

Quantum equilibrium (DGZ): = ||2 is the typical empirical

subsystems having wave function

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle holds (of course)

POVMs appear naturally as book keeper of statistics in

precise description of the effective collapse of the wave function and

Alice stays completely sane, never mind the grinning cat

arrival times of particles are well defined

wave function must be either fermionic or bosonic

a subsystem X of a big system Q = (X , Y ), (x, y ) has the

the subsystem and which sometimes is the effective wave function

observing an autonomous Schrdinger equation for the subsystem.

Quantum equilibrium (DGZ): = ||2 is the typical empirical

subsystems having wave function

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle holds (of course)

POVMs appear naturally as book keeper of statistics in

precise description of the effective collapse of the wave function and

Alice stays completely sane, never mind the grinning cat

arrival times of particles are well defined

wave function must be either fermionic or bosonic

a subsystem X of a big system Q = (X , Y ), (x, y ) has the

the subsystem and which sometimes is the effective wave function

observing an autonomous Schrdinger equation for the subsystem.

Quantum equilibrium (DGZ): = ||2 is the typical empirical

subsystems having wave function

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle holds (of course)

POVMs appear naturally as book keeper of statistics in

precise description of the effective collapse of the wave function and

Alice stays completely sane, never mind the grinning cat

arrival times of particles are well defined

wave function must be either fermionic or bosonic

a subsystem X of a big system Q = (X , Y ), (x, y ) has the

the subsystem and which sometimes is the effective wave function

observing an autonomous Schrdinger equation for the subsystem.

Quantum equilibrium (DGZ): = ||2 is the typical empirical

subsystems having wave function

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle holds (of course)

POVMs appear naturally as book keeper of statistics in

precise description of the effective collapse of the wave function and

Alice stays completely sane, never mind the grinning cat

arrival times of particles are well defined

wave function must be either fermionic or bosonic

a subsystem X of a big system Q = (X , Y ), (x, y ) has the

the subsystem and which sometimes is the effective wave function

observing an autonomous Schrdinger equation for the subsystem.

Quantum equilibrium (DGZ): = ||2 is the typical empirical

subsystems having wave function

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle holds (of course)

POVMs appear naturally as book keeper of statistics in

precise description of the effective collapse of the wave function and

Alice stays completely sane, never mind the grinning cat

arrival times of particles are well defined

wave function must be either fermionic or bosonic

a subsystem X of a big system Q = (X , Y ), (x, y ) has the

the subsystem and which sometimes is the effective wave function

observing an autonomous Schrdinger equation for the subsystem.

Quantum equilibrium (DGZ): = ||2 is the typical empirical

subsystems having wave function

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle holds (of course)

POVMs appear naturally as book keeper of statistics in

precise description of the effective collapse of the wave function and

Alice stays completely sane, never mind the grinning cat

arrival times of particles are well defined

wave function must be either fermionic or bosonic

a subsystem X of a big system Q = (X , Y ), (x, y ) has the

the subsystem and which sometimes is the effective wave function

observing an autonomous Schrdinger equation for the subsystem.

Quantum equilibrium (DGZ): = ||2 is the typical empirical

subsystems having wave function

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle holds (of course)

POVMs appear naturally as book keeper of statistics in

precise description of the effective collapse of the wave function and

Alice stays completely sane, never mind the grinning cat

arrival times of particles are well defined

wave function must be either fermionic or bosonic

a subsystem X of a big system Q = (X , Y ), (x, y ) has the

the subsystem and which sometimes is the effective wave function

observing an autonomous Schrdinger equation for the subsystem.

Quantum equilibrium (DGZ): = ||2 is the typical empirical

subsystems having wave function

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle holds (of course)

POVMs appear naturally as book keeper of statistics in

precise description of the effective collapse of the wave function and

Alice stays completely sane, never mind the grinning cat

arrival times of particles are well defined

wave function must be either fermionic or bosonic

a subsystem X of a big system Q = (X , Y ), (x, y ) has the

the subsystem and which sometimes is the effective wave function

observing an autonomous Schrdinger equation for the subsystem.

Quantum equilibrium (DGZ): = ||2 is the typical empirical

subsystems having wave function

Heisenbergs uncertainty principle holds (of course)

POVMs appear naturally as book keeper of statistics in

precise description of the effective collapse of the wave function and

Alice stays completely sane, never mind the grinning cat

arrival times of particles are well defined

wave function must be either fermionic or bosonic

all mysteries (the tiny, the big and the huge) are gone

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built up a

wave like interference pattern, if one particle per year is sent through

the double slit? Whats the physics?

Answer: Because guides Q, the particle arrives at the screen and

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one looks

Answer: Because the wave function of system and apparatus lives on

the configuration space of system and apparatus, and the wave parts

in configuration space dont meet anymore: Decoherence!

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes the

Answer: guides Q and Q is what there is. Just like ordinary

physics ought to be

all mysteries (the tiny, the big and the huge) are gone

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built up a

wave like interference pattern, if one particle per year is sent through

the double slit? Whats the physics?

Answer: Because guides Q, the particle arrives at the screen and

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one looks

Answer: Because the wave function of system and apparatus lives on

the configuration space of system and apparatus, and the wave parts

in configuration space dont meet anymore: Decoherence!

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes the

Answer: guides Q and Q is what there is. Just like ordinary

physics ought to be

all mysteries (the tiny, the big and the huge) are gone

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built up a

wave like interference pattern, if one particle per year is sent through

the double slit? Whats the physics?

Answer: Because guides Q, the particle arrives at the screen and

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one looks

Answer: Because the wave function of system and apparatus lives on

the configuration space of system and apparatus, and the wave parts

in configuration space dont meet anymore: Decoherence!

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes the

Answer: guides Q and Q is what there is. Just like ordinary

physics ought to be

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built up a

the double slit? Whats the physics?

Answer: Because guides Q, the particle arrives at the screen and

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one looks

Answer: Because the wave function of system and apparatus lives on

in configuration space dont meet anymore: Decoherence!

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes the

Answer: guides Q and Q is what there is. Just like ordinary

physics ought to be

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built up a

the double slit? Whats the physics?

Answer: Because guides Q, the particle arrives at the screen and

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one looks

Answer: Because the wave function of system and apparatus lives on

in configuration space dont meet anymore: Decoherence!

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes the

Answer: guides Q and Q is what there is. Just like ordinary

physics ought to be

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built up a

the double slit? Whats the physics?

Answer: Because guides Q, the particle arrives at the screen and

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one looks

Answer: Because the wave function of system and apparatus lives on

in configuration space dont meet anymore: Decoherence!

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes the

Answer: guides Q and Q is what there is. Just like ordinary

physics ought to be

big mystery: Why a dot at the screen? How can the dots built up a

the double slit? Whats the physics?

Answer: Because guides Q, the particle arrives at the screen and

little mystery: Why does the interference pattern vanish if one looks

Answer: Because the wave function of system and apparatus lives on

in configuration space dont meet anymore: Decoherence!

huge mystery: What is the role of the wave, what describes the

Answer: guides Q and Q is what there is. Just like ordinary

physics ought to be

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ular position in the image plane, and, by repeating this procedure in a series of planes, we can

reconstruct trajectories over that range. In this

sense, weak measurement finally allows us to

speak about what happens to an ensemble of

particles inside an interferometer.

Our quantum particles are single photons

emitted by a liquid helium-cooled InGaAs quantum dot (23, 24) embedded in a GaAs/AlAs micropillar cavity. The dot is optically pumped by a

CW laser at 810 nm and emits single photons at

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omponents of |y,

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average trajectories of an

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ensemble of single photons

in the double-slit apparatus. The trajectories are re2

constructed over the range

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by using the momentum data

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(black points in Fig. 2) from

41 imaging planes. Here,

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80 trajectories are shown.

To reconstruct a set of trajectories, we determined the

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weak momentum values for

the transverse x positions at

the initial plane. On the basis

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of this initial position and

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x position on the subsequent

Propagation distance[mm]

imaging plane that each

trajectory lands is calculated, and the measured weak momentum value kx at this point found. This

process is repeated until the final imaging plane is reached and the trajectories are traced out. If a

trajectory lands on a point that is not the center of a pixel, then a cubic spline interpolation between

neighboring momentum values is used.

Transverse coordinate[mm]

shot. However, this implies that the pointer momentum must be very uncertain, and it is this

uncertainty that creates the uncontrollable, irreversible disturbance associated with measurement.

In a weak measurement, the pointer shift is

small and little information can be gained on a

single shot; but, on the other hand, there may be

arbitrarily little disturbance imparted to the system. It is possible to subsequently postselect the

system on a desired final state. Postselecting on

Photons in a Two-Slit Interferometer. Science 2011

www.sciencemag.org

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3 JUNE 2011

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But hold on! Bohms papers were read and readily dismissed!

Why? Because all the romantics of mysticism was gone?

Because the swamp was laid dry? How did he overcome the

problem de Broglie faced in the Solvay conference. Isnt it a

sin to have a physical field, , is on configuration space? He

did not overcome that! Quite the contrary!

Exactly, says this man, nature is like that, there is no better

way

But hold on! Bohms papers were read and readily dismissed!

Why? Because all the romantics of mysticism was gone?

Because the swamp was laid dry? How did he overcome the

problem de Broglie faced in the Solvay conference. Isnt it a

sin to have a physical field, , is on configuration space? He

did not overcome that! Quite the contrary!

Exactly, says this man, nature is like that, there is no better

way

But hold on! Bohms papers were read and readily dismissed!

Why? Because all the romantics of mysticism was gone?

Because the swamp was laid dry? How did he overcome the

problem de Broglie faced in the Solvay conference. Isnt it a

sin to have a physical field, , is on configuration space? He

did not overcome that! Quite the contrary!

Exactly, says this man, nature is like that, there is no better

way

there is always a but-: Why isnt Bohmian mechanics taught?

Possible answers:

since it isnt taught there must be something wrong with it

since your admired authority does not like it, there must be

Heisenberg or Bohr (or the pope) forbids it, because it is bad for

what must not be cannot be

there is always a but-: Why isnt Bohmian mechanics taught?

Possible answers:

since it isnt taught there must be something wrong with it

since your admired authority does not like it, there must be

Heisenberg or Bohr (or the pope) forbids it, because it is bad for

what must not be cannot be

there is always a but-: Why isnt Bohmian mechanics taught?

Possible answers:

since it isnt taught there must be something wrong with it

since your admired authority does not like it, there must be

Heisenberg or Bohr (or the pope) forbids it, because it is bad for

what must not be cannot be

there is always a but-: Why isnt Bohmian mechanics taught?

Possible answers:

since it isnt taught there must be something wrong with it

since your admired authority does not like it, there must be

Heisenberg or Bohr (or the pope) forbids it, because it is bad for

what must not be cannot be

there is always a but-: Why isnt Bohmian mechanics taught?

Possible answers:

since it isnt taught there must be something wrong with it

since your admired authority does not like it, there must be

Heisenberg or Bohr (or the pope) forbids it, because it is bad for

what must not be cannot be

there is always a but-: Why isnt Bohmian mechanics taught?

Possible answers:

since it isnt taught there must be something wrong with it

since your admired authority does not like it, there must be

Heisenberg or Bohr (or the pope) forbids it, because it is bad for

what must not be cannot be

there is always a but-: Why isnt Bohmian mechanics taught?

Possible answers:

since it isnt taught there must be something wrong with it

since your admired authority does not like it, there must be

Heisenberg or Bohr (or the pope) forbids it, because it is bad for

what must not be cannot be

The Impossible Fact

Palmstroem, old, an aimless rover, walking in the wrong direction

at a busy intersection is run over.

How, he says, his life restoring and with pluck his death ignoring,

can an accident like this ever happen? Whats amiss? Did the state

administration fail in motor transportation?

Did police ignore the need for reducing driving speed?

Isnt there a prohibition, barring motorized transmission

of the living to the dead? Was the driver right who sped ... ?

Tightly swathed in dampened tissues he explores the legal issues,

and it soon is clear as air: Cars were not permitted there!

And he comes to the conclusion: His mishap was an illusion,

for, he reasons pointedly, that which must not, can not be.

Ch. Morgenstern, Die unmgliche Tatsache, taken from Palmstrm und

anderen Galgenliedern translated by M. Knight

The Impossible Fact

Palmstroem, old, an aimless rover, walking in the wrong direction

at a busy intersection is run over.

How, he says, his life restoring and with pluck his death ignoring,

can an accident like this ever happen? Whats amiss? Did the state

administration fail in motor transportation?

Did police ignore the need for reducing driving speed?

Isnt there a prohibition, barring motorized transmission

of the living to the dead? Was the driver right who sped ... ?

Tightly swathed in dampened tissues he explores the legal issues,

and it soon is clear as air: Cars were not permitted there!

And he comes to the conclusion: His mishap was an illusion,

for, he reasons pointedly, that which must not, can not be.

Ch. Morgenstern, Die unmgliche Tatsache, taken from Palmstrm und

anderen Galgenliedern translated by M. Knight

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