4068. “But,” you may object, “obviously every time a bird takes flight, its movements must be infinite, because the temperature or the air, and the movement of the wind would conspire to make every flight of a bird as varied as the shapes of snowflakes. Flight would vary infinitely like snowflakes and for the exact same reasons!”
4070. Hold on for a moment while I find a way to extricate myself from my obvious theoretical embarrassment. It is true that every snowflake is different, and therefore, for the same reasons the flight of every bird is different.