Just one more thing: The subtle flaw
One of our Plain Truth staff writers used an example to illustrate a point in his article. The example reminded me of an unforgettable experiment in my high school chemistry class. Our teacher placed an unsuspecting frog in an oversized beaker of chilly water. Under the beaker he placed a Bunsen burner with a low flame so that the water heated slowly. The temperature rose so gradually that the frog was not aware of the change. We checked the temperature every few minutes. Two and a half hours later the frog was dead boiled to death. The change occurred so slowly that the frog neither tried to jump out nor released a murmur of complaint. Not even a kick.
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