Look at the stars
Ottway Ducard stashed this in inspiration
Neil deGrasse Tyson talks about the same thing. A kid from NYC thought the night sky in PA was like the Planetarium...he also mentions the other problem which is that the sky could turn into a wallpaper if you see it every night without the wonder.
See also The Most Astounding Fact in the universe: http://pandawhale.com/convo/2762/the-most-astounding-fact-in-the-universe-you-are-not-only-in-it-and-a-part-of-it-but-the-universe-is-a-part-of-you
Ever use Star Walk, an augmented reality iPad app that labels the night sky? http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/star-walk-for-ipad-interactive/id363486802
Or is it better not to label everything?
i love calvin and hobbes. i don't think everything needs to be labeled...doing it all the time probably hurts our brains somehow.
i do enjoy his most astounding fact...it reminds me of
Great video, Jared.
I also have noticed that anything awesome that has been said has also been plagiarized on Facebook somewhere.
I have an undergraduate degree in philosophy. Then I read Calvin and Hobbes "There's Treasure Everywhere"...
it neatly summarizes most of Western Philosophy and everything I learning in that degree into three of four panel segments.
Total reading time? A couple hours...
It summarizes Western philosophy but without attribution,
Is there something else I can read about those connections?
For example see this Quora answer on Calvin representing predestination and Hobbes representing human nature: http://www.quora.com/Calvin-and-Hobbes/What-is-the-significance-behind-the-names-Calvin-and-Hobbes