G Orwell and W Golding Relation to Physicians, Physicist and Military Generals

Aimé T Shangula
4 min readDec 10, 2021

The authors both wrote on societies with a lack of supervision. Talking about Orwell’s “Animal Farm” 1945 and Golding’s “Lord of the Flies” 1954.

The lack of the farmer at the farm and parents on the island is similar to the expression “when the cats away the mice will play”.

This is Heisenberg’s Uncertainty problem at work whether “the cat in the box is alive or dead”.

The pigs in both stories responsible for policing the societies, Napoleon and Piggy, almost certainly should die. Being bacon or beacon’s causing bodily or boding Vasopressin or a tidal shift.

All this before Vasodilation and the farmer and parents coming in on shore for certainties sake.

This beaconing process is structured like a Lamb shift, or treatment order for recovery post transplant surgery, or fractional distillation.

The tail of these curves are represented by bitumen, discharge, and Weak force, which are the memories of the farmer, the parents and to the religious the memories of the first week, hence where the societies come from.

Conversely in the curve’s representation close to the origin are propane, propanolol, and strings of Strong force which are the beaconing to stringency and fair judgment, and may God have mercy on our souls.

This is the article I could generate from this on chatGPT:

Exploring the Parallels between George Orwell and William Golding: Insights from Physicians, Physicists, and Military Generals

Introduction: George Orwell’s “Animal Farm” (1945) and William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies” (1954) are iconic literary works that delve into societies characterized by a lack of supervision. In this article, we will explore the thematic similarities between these novels and draw analogies to concepts in the realms of medicine, physics, and military strategy. By examining the absence of authority figures such as the farmer on the farm and parents on the island, we can relate their presence to the well-known adage, “when the cat’s away, the mice will play.” Furthermore, we will discuss the application of Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle in relation to the uncertainty surrounding the fate of the cat in the box and draw parallels to the role of the pigs in both…

Aimé T Shangula

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