"The numerous small pores on the candy's surface catalyze the release of carbon dioxide gas from the soda, resulting in the rapid expulsion of copious amounts of foam."
The rest is in the link...
"Finding God is like tracking an animal through the woods. Sometimes you see a broken branch, sometimes you see what could be a footprint, and sometimes you just have a feeling that the animal went a certain way. Eventually, you know you are on the right path, although you may not be at all clear as to how you managed to follow it. "
"Finding God is like searching for global optimum; however most people perceive God through a local optimum exposure (within a neighbouring set of solutions, i.e. family and friends). The same holds for finding a partner. Most marriages don't last because the local solution is NOT always a global solution. Please consider the local variables as initial values for your search. "
"The world exists because we chose wrong. We chose rebellion, to be our own gods to ourselves. We still choose it, which is why every step back in the direction of God is lined with pain. If we were to get every worldly thing we want, this would push us more in the direction of evil. We would be more and more lost; further and further from God. Finding God is like being weaned off a terrible drug. It hurts. At the other end though, is wholeness."
"Nanak seems to suggest that finding God is like being immersed in water completely submerged. What does this metaphor mean?"
"Finding God is like a torch/flashlight looking for the torch. It shines its light (awareness) in all directions looking for it. When it realises/remembers that it IS the torch, then all searching stops..."
METAMIA is a free database of analogy and metaphor. Anyone can contribute or search. The subject matter can be anything. Science is popular, but poetry is encouraged. The goal is to integrate our fluid muses with the stark literalism of a relational database. Metamia is like a girdle for your muses, a cognitive girdle.