Imagine how much harder physics would be if electrons had feelings.
In this chapter, Morgan was explaining how the humans are complicated species. Trying to explain a human's behavior via logic, math, or anything scientific isn't always possible. Why? Because humans have feelings.
Feelings aren't something you can predict. So predicting human behavior is a hit and miss.
Then the author invites us to think how the world of physics will be if electrons had feelings. Probably way harder.
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