The Pied Piper Effect

If I Ruled the World

You’ve been given the superpower to change one law of nature. How do you use it?

What is the difference between the laws of nature, and the laws of man?

Newton’s law of universal gravitation states that any two bodies in the universe attract each other with a force that is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them. 

The earth here, is of course, the undisputed big man- and everyone is grounded to it because of- Newton said it- gravity.

this so called rule of nature, of being swayed in the direction of stronger influence, has percolated into our consciousness, till we quite unintentionally end up falling under the spell of human gravity.

The magnetism with which some people draw others, make them revolve around like tiny planets on their personal solar system, causes so much trouble.

Think of it, If Hitler hadn’t been so persuasive, Hanukkah would be way more popular. So yes, If I could make the Queen Bee effect disappear, there would be so much peace in the world

and in high school corridors. (Mean Girls, anyone?)

The entire concept of follow the leader (into bad decisions and death) would disappear if some people stopped having more gravity than others.

A little tweak, that was all that it would take, to cause intermittent peace.

Of course, till ever body became the boss of themselves- then there would just be chaos.

But at least then, we wouldn’t have anyone to blame for the chaos, except for ourselves.

And a stupid girl who got rid of gravity.

 

 

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2 thoughts on “The Pied Piper Effect

  1. I am not sure that ‘mean girls’ or bullies have the power that we bestow upon them. I think that apathy has more power… I just don’t care enough about myself to stand up an resist.

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