It was pointed out to me by the illustrious Rikin Vasani that google now ranks this site as the #1 hit for “ergodicity.” This alone should speak volumes about the efficiency of google as a research tool.
I was cast in Marat/Sade as one of the four singers. It is going to be awesome. And by awesome, I mean totally sweet. This play is one of those ones that you read and it changes your life. Or at least your outlook on life. Or at least your outlook on how dramatic art can function.
A well known result in the literature states that “all the world’s a stage” . Thus it suffices to consider only those outlooks on theater in order to prove theorems for outlooks on the world. This technique was first used by Artin 
to prove some simple results on dilations. It is clear that we have the following lemma:
Corollary: Marat/Sade is an awesome play that will change your life.
 E. Artin. “Algèbre géométrique.” 1962.
 W. Shakespeare. As You Like It. Act II. Scene 7.