Its all around us isn't it!
How often great scientists have come so close to recognising the awesome noodliness at work in the universe:
Einstein: famously tried to imagine what it would be like travelling at the front of a beam of light - with the whole spagetti-esque strand reaching back behind him. Sooooo close to making the leap of imagination and recognising the Noodly truth. Also imagined gravity as a noodly web reaching out in all directions, a noodly fabric
if you like. If only he wasn't so constrained by prejudice - it set science back years!
Newton: coined the term 'standing on the shoulders of giants' - a reference to the importance of midgits if ever there was.
Its all there, you just have to look for it. Those that don't see it just don't want to believe. His Noodly Appendage is reaching out and touching everyone, but its up to us to welcome its embrace. He gave us the free will to say yes.
@Qwertyuiopasd: Yeah couldn't decide on omnimorphousness or omnimorphescence - maybe the two are as interchangeable as Noodly
How many people do you know of that look like an old guy with a long beard?
Only old guys with long beards.