I am not going to confuse you with theory behind this cloud formation which I just saw outside, because I do not have a theory. This morning it snowed, the sun has arrived and the clouds are breaking up. I am sure a metorologist has a theory for this.
My school years were full of theories. It seems that many greek mathematicians had nothing better to do all day than discover the reason why, how and work it all out. We were afterwards punished by writing it all down and learning all about it. Pythagoras must have been a boring guy when all he had to do was stare at a right angled triangle all day and discover stuff about the square of the hypotenuse is equal to the sum of the squares of the other two sides. I am sure Mrs. Pythagoras must have been annoyed whilst she was slaving with polishing the concrete pillars supporting her home and Pythagoras was just chiseling away at triangles.
Of course life is full of theories, but who cares. I do my own thing and if I have a bath, do not spend time on working out how much water is displaced. Mrs. Archimides had another problem. Whilst she was endeavouring to wipe up the mess on the marble floor of her greek home, her husband insisted she collect the water in a greek urn so that he could work out how much water his body had displaced in the bath.
Today I discovered a new theory, that if you leave a few pieces of vegetable at the bottom of the fridge in a compartment and forget they were there, eventually they have to be thrown away due to conversion into a soft matter, especially the remaining piece of cucumber that had hidden itself behind a tomato which also began to deteriorate. Vegetable matter tends to convert itself into a semi liquid state if overlooked, coupled with the fact that they might even begin to develop strange bursts of natural plants – like go mouldy.
But why bother with theories. All I have to say on this subject is Q.E.D. , which was to be proven. I hope I have not bored you with my theories. I am now still working on a world changing theory. What arrived first, the chicken or the egg?