The boiled frog principle

2018-04-06T16:18:17+01:00

The boiled frog principle (Noam Chomsky) Imagine a pot full of cold water in which a frog swims quietly. The fire is lit under the pot, the water heats up slowly. Soon it becomes lukewarm. The frog finds it rather pleasant and continues to swim. The temperature rises. Now the water is hot. A little more than the frog does not appreciate. It gets tired a little, but it does not get scared. The water is really too hot now ... The frog finds it very unpleasant, but it is weakened, it does not have the strength to [...]