Too much work to write anything in-depth for the past few months. As studies are now of the essence, I will share my newly-derived theory on the quantum mechanical nature of a writer’s muse:
(desire to write)∝1/(time available to write) ∝(schoolwork)
where (∫(|SchoolworkWaveFunction(t)|^2)dt from t=now to May 8) = 1.
Similarly, Δ(desire to write)Δ(time available to write)>=m/2, where m is related to the quanta of motivational energy of the writer’s muse.
Having derived the Writer’s Uncertainty Principle, it follows that the less time a writer observes as available to write with, the more aware a writer is of his/her desire to write. Conversely, the more time observed to be available, the less certain the writer is of his/her desire to write.
Furthermore, if you put a writer and a pen into a box, the writer occupies two states: one in which the writer’s muse is dead, one in which the muse alive. When you open the box, you will set the writer in the second state by observing prose scribbled on the box’s walls. Otherwise, you will set the writer in the first state by observing scratch marks on the walls; the writer may also launch at you with the pen, a la Jason Bourne.
Note: May 8 is my last day of final exams.