Sometimes I buy a small bag of Trail Mix from the snack machine at work. It has raisins, walnuts, peanuts, almonds and sunflower seeds. It's a really nice middle-of-the-day snack. However, a lot of the time, the sunflower seeds, which are my least favorite part of the trail mix, sink to the very bottom because they are the smallest, and by the time I get to the last few bites, it's all sunflower seeds. Why is life so unfair?
If you have issues with sharing or wasting. Turn the bag upside down and shake it every time the sunflower seeds are sinking too much to the bottom for your liking. In case you really didn't know or were joking, they are sinking because they have the least ratio of friction over surface area.
Мир был создан треской или - там другой тип рыбы, которая могла быть ответственна?
It could be both.
If entropy is increasing over time, why is it things get more depressingly predictable every day?
Maybe chaos theory or quantum physics can answer that.
I feel I am slowly slipping away into mainstream gaming. What should I do?
When I have trouble finding the answer, I try to find the middle way. Swim to shore, build a bridge over the mainstream, and get a net large enough to rescue what you believe to be worth saving.