At the COMPASS project at CERN,
physicists are interested
in the inner structure of the proton,
a primary building block of matter.
By causing collision
with a high velocity stream
of other elementary particles,
the mouns,
they can 
observe the constituents
of the proton as they spray
into the 50m long detector.
This apparatus touches on the very essence
the quantistic phenomena,
bound to remain in a state
of spatial and temporal uncertainty.
Uncertainty might be seen as an 
error increasing factor
and hence a disturbing element
in the chain of iterative analysis
and reconstruction processes;
however, it might also be re-interpreted
precisely as the source of new forms.

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in the transposed COMPASS detector