Symphony of Science

You may have seen some of these. And of course, I did not create these. However, I love this series of videos. People have a misconception that scientific study somehow diminishes the awe that you should feel when you think about the world in which we live. Well, these videos completely sum up why I think this argument is wrong.

When you attempt to truly appreciate the complexity and intricacy of the universe as it is, this doesn’t have to be a dry thought exercise. Nothing stands alone. Everything is intricately related. And this, to my mind, is absolutely breathtaking.

This is how I feel when I think about life, the universe and everything. Enjoy!

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