If there is a tipping point, and we're close to it, we should probably be trying to back off the precipice.
A tipping point was always likely in this saga and it came on Monday.
As Melching puts it, "You get to a tipping point where the social norms change."
“This is clearly the tipping point,” says Keith Stroup, the grand old soul of the legalization movement.
Even the man who will stick with the leader until 99 percent of the others have surrendered eventually reaches his tipping point.
I agree with you, but the youthful energy in the libertarian movement foresees a tipping point.
As temperatures rise, however, there comes a tipping point when elegance goes out of the window.
The author Malcolm Gladwell defined a tipping point as "the moment of critical mass, the threshold, the boiling point."
So this moment might just be a tipping point—if we, and the networks, know what to do with it.
Our oceans are at a tipping point, which means we still have a chance to tip things back in the right direction—if we act now.
the culmination of a build-up of small changes that effects a big change
from a book of this title by Malcolm Gladwell explaining epidemics