Observer Effect

Miles Zimmerman May 29, 2017 Hawthorne was tired. Yet the whole world was right outside—sleep felt wasteful. But it was cold, so Hawthorne rifled through his closet for the smoking jacket. “Testacles spectacles wallet and watch” he mumbled to himself, in this instance referring to his cigarettes, headphones, lighter, and shoes. All accounted for. To observe something is to change it—his roommate was ranting his … Continue reading Observer Effect