chaos in her eyes
Sitting with Christine, thinking about the chaos in her eyes, his emotional chaos, plotting to lure her out for a weekend of love, he wished in a chaotic, physical logic,” I wish I could count the number of causes and their probabilities that affect your feelings about me and that will determine what kind of answer I get if I ask you out for a date.”
-What? What is that you just said? (An internal voice).
By knowing the causes and the probabilities of the order in which they occur, you predict emotions Is that possible? Can we treat human emotions like the weather?
Are there sensors to measure our emotions across time points in our history from which we can predict our future actions and their impact on us and others? Is there a computer with enormous capacity that can collect, analyze, and predict them? Do human emotions fall within this randomness?
Throughout their history, physicists have rejected the idea of a relationship between human emotions and the surrounding world.
Emotions are incomprehensible, they cannot be expected, what cannot be expected cannot be measured, what cannot be measured cannot be formulated into equations, and what cannot be formulated into equations, screw it, reject it, get rid of it, it is not part of this world.
These ideas were acceptable to physicists in the past before we knew that we can control the effect of randomness to some extent through control sciences, and predict it by collecting a huge amount of data through special sensors and analyzing it.
What affects when a plane arrives?
Wind speed and direction? Our motors compensate for this unwanted turbulence.
A lightning strike could destroy it? Our lightning rods control this disturbance and neutralize its danger.
Running out of fuel? We have fuel meter indicators.
Engine failure? We have alternative solutions for an emergency landing.
All fall under the category of control sciences,
But what about the basic building blocks of an airplane model during its flight? Humans themselves!
A passenger suddenly felt dizzy, and felt ill, did the pilot decide to change his destination to the nearest airport?
Another angry person caused a commotion, did he cause the flight to be canceled?
Our emotions are part of this world, affect it, and can be affected by, interact with. Since we can predict chaos if we have the tools to collect, measure, and analyze it, and since we can neutralize its harmful effects through control science, thus, we can certainly do the same to human emotions as we do with weather and everything else that we have been able to predict and neutralize its undesirable effect. But would we get the desired results? nobody knows…
-“Not today, not today, Robert”, he spoke to himself.
– If you can’t do it today, you can’t do it for a lifetime, all you have to do now is simply to ask her out and let her chaos of feelings take you wherever she wants.
Unconsciously, about to make the request, his phone rang, the caller being his mother and the destination being Tel Aviv.
Standing next to Sheikh Ruslan at the building door, this wall fascinated him.
-The universe worked in some parts of its paint even to the point of entropy, which it broke, so it painted a very beautiful painting, signed by its greatest law, randomness.
If Van Gogh was here, he would not have a nicer one.
Sheikh Ruslan knocked on the door, they heard the sound of footsteps behind him, someone opened a small window from it, as soon as he saw the Sheikh until he closed it immediately, then there was a rattle in the stillness of the alley, iron locks opening.
Here Robert booked a front-row seat for the night with the absurd, illogic and subconscious.
Ahmad I. AlKhalel (Zero Moment: Do not be afraid, this is only a passing novel and will end (Son of Chaos Book 1))