Today a wasp got into the house. Yesterday, a ladybird. Flies get inside nearly every day. How do they do it?
In winter we keep the windows closed. They are double glazed and airtight. There may be gaps where they close, but they are tiny gaps, much less than one millimeter. They are smaller than the insects. So, how do the flies and wasps and other creatures get inside?
I looked this up on the internet, but there is no explanation, just adverts for pest control and explanations of why they come in. I don’t care why they do it, I want to understand how.
There is one obvious answer – teleportation. All the available evidence points to this. Therefore I conclude that insects can teleport, but no one has ever seen them do it. That is my current working theory.
Am I wrong?