So one fine morning i was making myself some corn when i thought of something either profoundly brilliant or profoundly stupid. You know that joke about the worm and the apple? What's worse than finding a worm in your apple - finding half a worm in your apple. (If you don't get the joke then I'm sorry. You can toddle off now.) So I was thinking, if finding a half a worm is worse than finding a whole worm, then it stands to reason that finding a quarter of a worm would be even worse. It would further follow that finding an eighth of a worm in your apple would be even worse.
Following that logic, you would eventually reach the conclusion that the absolute WORST thing would be finding no worm in your apple, because perhaps you ate the entire thing. When was the last time you worried about that while eating an apple? Never. Of course, Because you have enough of a reason to believe that there never was a worm there in the first place. Yet why does the possibility never worry anyone? it seems like a legitimate concern. The answer of course is because it seems irrelevant to you. You have absolutely no reason to believe that there is a worm in the apple and therefore you choose not to worry about the possibility. You don't worry about the existence of the worm because you feel no need to unnecessarily worry yourself. The possibility of the worm is in essence irrelevant.
I give you...Existentialism. The Worm-Less Apple. (If you understand this, I commend you.)