Laboratory Conditions

The idealizations, so essential for physics and other sciences, are often seen as reflecting the original conditions, before any pollution, so to speak: the things how they really are.

But actually these things show their supposed “true colors” not before they appear in a very special environment. In a space that often needs lots of efforts to be produced. Only there they can multiply and so come into appearance.

But then, in this environment, under these arranged (laboratory) conditions, only those phenomena can flourish and be observed that fit into it.

Anything else is then regarded as scientifically not verifiable.