This guy taught me all I know about being an unapologetic nerd. I wish I'd watched his show more, and learned more of what he had to teach.
Tonight, snowflakes are dancing in the heavens.
The Sorites Paradox is an old Greek thought-experiment. We start with two grains of sand. This, clearly, is not a heap of sand. If we add a single grain, it is still not a heap. But after thousands of grains, you have to ignore the fact that one grain ago you didn't call it a heap, and look at the big freaking heap in front of you. This concept applies to lots of things, from police states, to boiling frogs, to lame blogs (One post doesn't make this blog lame!)