Elementary -- Michelle Murphy
A buff verbiage came and blew the play down. Wolves in sheep clothing, thinking less and not more "doing what we don't know what." In the office she's ruined, the coffee stain on lap spreads out, develops into a map of Long Island. In The Nature of the Physical World she points out that the physicist's description of an elementary particle is really a kind of jabberwocky. Words applied to something unknown that is doing what we don't know what. Dorothy casually follows her image to the glass, startling herself at what glares back.