Some say that progress does not exist, that nothing ever changes, we all live in a continuous loop of consensual repetitions and in different routines, that Parmenides’ river is always the same river. Not really, of course. Actually, we are constantly changing, mutating and transforming. Every experience we accumulate shapes us and changes us every minute, as a new note in a musical score, a separate brick in a building or an unfamiliar taste in a beer. Even if we don’t like it, we are continually reborn from the cells of our skin to the brain plasticizing and molding itself to the changing reality. Because the atoms of hydrogen and oxygen modify the Heraclitus’ river at every moment.