Genre: Rock
BPM: 120
Released: January 2022
URL: /sndblnd.co/4xQP

Albert Einstein Chance Einstein Quantum Particles Quantum Theory Randomness Stephen Hawking quantum physics


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God Plays Dice




Composition

whenthemusicsover

Brent Godfrey ("whenthemusicsover")

Words and Music

Gowen MI USA

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Sound Recording

whenthemusicsover

Brent Godfrey ("whenthemusicsover")

Vocals, synthesizer, electric guitar, mixing and mastering

Gowen MI USA

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offthewall

James Fraser ("offthewall")

Bass

South Shields near Newcastle Tyneside United Kingdom

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alyo

Alex Zulaika ("alyo")

Drums

Donostia Gipuzkoa Spain

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Soundidentity

Stephane Pontarollo ("Soundidentity")

Lead Electric Guitar

Carcassonne France

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Artist's Notes

This song is about Quantum Physics.    In 1945, Einstein expressed his private opinion of Quantum theory in a letter saying that God does not play dice with the universe.   He felt that quantum particles must adhere to certain rules that don't change randomly.   In 1999, Stephen Hawking gave a lecture explaining how black holes affect quantum physics and exclaimed that God plays dice constantly and sometimes throws the dice where they can't be seen.


Lyrics

Chorus:

We all dance to mysterious tunes

Does God Play Dice in an invisible room

Only so much that one can see

Seems detection creates Reality

 

Verse 1:

Cassandra was cursed for her ability

To predict the future no one Believed

 

Chorus

 

Verse 2:

Sometimes He throws the dice where they can?t be seen

 A Black Hole with no hair seems rather obscene

 

Chorus

 

Instrumental Verse

 

Chorus

So God plays dice habitually

Collaborating From

Carcassonne France
Donostia Gipuzkoa Spain
Gowen MI USA
South Shields near Newcastle Tyneside United Kingdom