Waking up last Wednesday, I took a glance outside to witness a featureless, gleaming expanse of white encasing the whole street. A minute, ashy substance was descending from the sky, and I knew immediately what this meant – the apocalypse had arrived. Yellowstone had finally erupted, and was scattering volcanic debris across the entire globe. If we didn’t die from building collapse, our lungs would surely suffer from particulates suspended in the air… Alternatively, it was snowing, but that’s such a rare event that I think I can exclude the possibility.
I come forth to deliver a warning. The food you eat, the beverages you drink, the liquid running from all your taps – they contain the odourless, colourless chemical dihydogren monoxide. This chemical is known to be the basis of many adverse health effects, including gene mutation and cell lysis. It is home to countless pathogens and it allows the transmission of numerous diseases across the globe, yet we still expose ourselves to it every day. It has been and still continues to be a major cause of environmental erosion and the destruction of millions of residences worldwide.
Perfection is a quality found again and again in nature, but rarely is it ever witnessed in such abundance as this. Today I will be talking about bubbles. I love saying that word so much. Bubble. Bubbles. Ok, I’ll stop now.
Seriously… not again… it’s another ongoing war. I hope you’re aware that there are two commonly used temperature scales, Celsius and Fahrenheit, even though you’ll probably only ever use one of them. But perhaps there are other scales that dare step up and take the challenge?