“Tonight I cried because it’s never the end. It won’t happen. We the human species are so intelligent and we do such astonishing things. We can fly to the moon but we still do stupid things,” Sturdy said. “So when I see the film tonight, I see it with a certain kind of sadness. Because what happened back then in 1940, it’s not the end.”
Definitely reminds me of my oldest nephew and son who question the world around them which I absolutely love and respect. We need more people questioning what they see, think and hear. I love this.
Jeffrey Wright uses wacky experiments to teach children about the universe, but it is his own personal story that teaches them the true meaning of life.
Obviously, as an astrophysics Janna is brilliant, but also a tremendous story teller. You have to watch the whole video because you’ll see she does an amazing job tying back scientific theories of the universe and correlating them to her own möbius strip (had to Google that) with a romantic relationship here on Earth. The video wasn’t just entertaining but also got me thinking about the possibility that the universe could be finite but what if it was round like Earth? What if space had a space of its own or what if each space went on infinitely? Fascinating and very entertaining stuff.
James is ten years old and suffers from Asperger’s Syndrome. His favorite toys are Lego’s which he has been playing with since he was four years old. A few years ago he spotted the Emerald Night Train set at the toy store, and fell in love. His parents said he had to save and pay for the $100 set himself. After two years of saving, he finally had enough. But, alas! The set was discontinued. Lucky for James, Lego is a company that knows how to take care of their fans.
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