They say that scale can break the laws of science A crime so high in magnitude Yet they cannot police This bully that reality turns out to be
We met by means of tunneling improbabilities The kiss of a miracle Punishing the God complex Of the self-righteous Because the real laws, unknowable, Dwell in realms higher than dogmatic notion Whose knowledge is the surface of an ocean
Hence judgement cannot be Wrought by the swimmers And their fear of mortality That guides them through the waves And so their laws are the transgression
And We Are the justice of the storm
...might be a quantum phenomenon...
It's funny to me when I hear scientists say that in a situation, such as "at the quantum level, particles act so bizarrely their behaviour breaks the laws of science." No, it doesn't. It doesn't break any universal laws, just the current knowledge on how everything works; it just means we don't know enough yet, apparently. Don't make it sound so arrogant, as if we know the most important things, and reality dares disobey our extraordinarily accurate perception of things. Just accept it's probably not enough currently.