The festive season is here and, with that, comes the seasonal atmospheric water vapor frozen into ice crystals, that is commonly seen falling from the sky in light white flakes or lying on the ground as a white layer. To reflect the fact that the seasons are changing and winter is upon us, the website has been hit with a blizzard and, and such, do not be alarmed by what appears to be snowflakes falling down the pages and articles at random. We assure you, it is temporary and will sort itself out some time after the holidays.
In the meantime, why not cozy up by the fire (or some other heatsource), and watch the snow fall? I know that is what I will be doing until Chicago Enigma turns off the snow machine.