Awaken From The Cultural Nightmare, Awaken The Imagination (VIDEO)

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2012 & The Coming Singularity (VIDEO)

Terence McKenna and Gregory Stock speak about the epic transition we face in the very near future called The Singularity: Read more of this post

The Stoned Ape Theory

The Stoned Ape Theory is one of the craziest, yet most fascinating theories I have been exposed to recently. Terence McKenna is said to be way ahead of his time, and declared a “super genius” by many of his colleagues. Read more of this post

Terence McKenna Breaks Down Reality

The concept of singularity:

Lessons on Life:

Videos are self explanatory.

(CAUTION: If you have not been exposed to this type of information and knowledge before, you are in for a treat if you can stick it out!)

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The Illuminati Control Everything Through The Irrational Concept of Money.

Just look at how many viewers Terence McKenna loses in his 6 part series in terms of YouTube views.

Many people can’t handle this type of stuff because it goes against everything culture trains them to believe. It goes against everything they have believed their whole lives.

The fact is, if you live in America, you have been brainwashed to believe a certain way.

You have been lied to your entire life, and we are willing to step up and expose the corruption in this country, and this entire world faces on a daily basis.

The fact is, millions of people across the globe get FUCKED OVER every single day by truly meaningless piece of paper and monetary “value” system.

Money doesn’t work and it is failing miserably.

Just look at what has happened to the value of the American dollar in recent years and months.

Check out Joe Rogan’s video called The American War Machine for further details on this concept.

Build your conscious awareness! 🙂

Timewave Zero Novelty Theory

Timewave zero novelty theory

Timewave Zero

Timewave zero is a numerological formula that purports to calculate the ebb and flow of “novelty”, defined as increase over time in the universe’s interconnectedness, or organized complexity.

Quite the mouthful, but in lighter terms timewave zero is basically what philosopher Terence McKenna believes to be the point in time where anything and everything imaginable will occur simultaneously.

He says that the “universe has a teleological attractor at the end of time that increases interconnectedness, eventually reaching a singularity of infinite complexity on December 21, 2012.”

Terence is said to have conceived this idea over several years of study in the early to mid-1970s while under the influence of psilocybin mushrooms and DMT (dimethyltryptamine).

McKenna expressed “novelty” in a computer program which purportedly produces a waveform known as “timewave zero” or the “timewave.” Based on McKenna’s interpretation of the King Wen sequence of the I Ching, the graph appears to show great periods of novelty corresponding with major shifts in humanity’s biological and sociocultural evolution. He believed that the events of any given time are recursively related to the events of other times, and chose the atomic bombing of Hiroshima as the basis for calculating his end date in December of 2012.

McKenna is quoted as saying, “Using techniques that I developed for the problem I was able to mathematically collapse the hexagram construct into a self-similar fractal curve that can be used to map the unfolding of temporal variables and their resonances on all levels of duration.”

Timewave zero novelty theory

Timewave Zero Novelty Theory

McKenna’s whole idea was in essence a mathematical program that measured the creative advance and decline in different periods of time in the human race.

McKenna describes this whole process as an Archaic Revival in the human race.

“What the Archaic Revival means is shamanism, ecstacy, orgiastic sexuality, and the defeat of the three enemies of the people. And the three enemies of the people are hegemony, monogamy and monotony! And if you get them on the run you have the dominators sweating folks, because that means your getting it all reconnected, and getting it all reconnected means putting aside the idea of separateness and self-definition through thing-fetish. Getting it all connected means tapping into the Gaian mind, and the Gaian mind is what we’re calling the psychedelic experience. Its an experience of the living fact of the entelechy of the planet. And without that experience we wander in a desert of bogus ideologies. But with that experience the compass of the self can be set, and that’s the idea; figuring out how to reset the compass of the self through community, through ecstatic dance, through psychedelics, sexuality, intelligence, INTELLIGENCE. This is what we have to have to make the forward escape into hyperspace.”

McKenna has trouble describing the coincidence that his date for the timewave zero also coincides with the Mayan Calendar and the Mayan prediction of the apocalypse. Terence calls this “the eschanton” a “something” that has been pulling mankind toward itself since the beginning, like a great attractor.

Terence is quite the interesting man.

"I took mushrooms and cracked reality!"

What I find most fascinating is how someone could conceive these ideas on psychedelics. Maybe it is because we haven’t really studied them as much as we should and we should be focusing on researching these strange substances and their true effect on the human brain. It is another big question mark why substances like these aren’t legal if ideas like these can be conceived on them.

McKenna is an absolute genius, and I don’t think he was using psychedelics to get high. He was using them to crack all levels of understanding and reason and formulate his own hypothesis based on massive amounts of data and mathematical predictions.

Quite the trip if you ask me! 🙂

Influential Pot Users

1. Carl Sagan (November 9, 1934 – December 20, 1996) was an American astronomer, astrophysicist, cosmologist, author, science popularizer and science communicator in astronomy and natural sciences. Oh, and he was a confirmed and admitted stoner.

He published more than 600 scientific papersand articles and was author, co-author or editor of more than 20 books. He advocated scientifically skeptical inquiry and the scientific method, pioneered exobiology and promoted the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI).

Sagan played a leading role in the American space program since its inception. He was a consultant and adviser to NASA beginning in the 1950s, he briefed the Apollo astronauts before their flights to the Moon, and was an experimenter on the Mariner, Viking, Voyager, and Galileo expeditions to the planets. He helped solve the mysteries of the high temperature of Venus (a massive greenhouse effect), the seasonal changes on Mars (windblown dust) and the reddish haze of Titan (complex organic molecules).

Sagan is known for his popular science books and for the award-winning 1980 television series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, which he narrated and co-wrote. The book Cosmos was published to accompany the series. Sagan wrote the novel Contact, the basis for a 1997 film of the same name.

Asteroid 2709 Sagan is named after him. He was also given the John F. Kennedy Astronautics Award of the American Astronautical Society, the Explorers Club 75th Anniversary Award, the Konstantin Tsiolokovsky Medal of the Soviet Cosmonautics Federation, and the Masursky Award of the American Astronomical Society.

Other Notable Awards:

Oersted Medal (1990)
NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal (twice)
Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction (1978)
National Academy of Sciences Public Welfare Medal (1994)

“Somewhere, something incredible  is waiting to be known.” – Carl Sagan

2. Terence McKenna (November 16, 1946 – April 3, 2000) was an American philosopher, psychonaut, researcher, teacher, lecturer and writer on many subjects, such as human consciousness, language, psychedelic drugs, the evolution of civilizations, the origin and end of the universe, alchemy, and extraterrestrial beings.

In 1969, McKenna traveled to Nepal led by his “interest in Tibetan painting and hallucinogenic shamanism.” During his time there, he studied the Tibetan language and worked as a hashish smuggler, until “one of his Bombay-to-Aspen shipments fell into the hands of U. S. Customs.” He was forced to move to avoid capture by Interpol.  He wandered through Southeast Asia viewing ruins, collected butterflies in Indonesia, and worked as an English teacher in Tokyo. He then went back to Berkeley to continue studying biology, which he called “his first love”

McKenna, his brother Dennis, and three friends traveled to the Colombian Amazon in search of oo-koo-hĂ©, a plant preparation containing Dimethyltryptamine (DMT). Instead of oo-koo-hĂ© they found various forms of ayahuasca, or yagĂ©, and gigantic psilocybe cubensis which became the new focus of the expedition.  In La Chorrera, at the urging of his brother, he was the subject of a psychedelic experiment which he claimed put him in contact with “Logos“: an informative, divine voice he believed was universal to visionary religious experience.The voice’s reputed revelations and his brother’s simultaneous peculiar experience prompted him to explore the structure of an early form of the I Ching, which led to his “Novelty Theory”.

Ideas/Theories:

Terence McKenna advocated the exploration of altered states of mind via the ingestion of naturally occurring psychedelic substances. For example, and in particular, as facilitated by the ingestion of high doses of psychedelic mushrooms, and DMT, which he believed was the apotheosis of the psychedelic experience. He spoke of the “jeweled, self-dribbling basketballs” or “self-transforming machine elves” that one encounters in that state.

Although he avoided giving his allegiance to any one interpretation (part of his rejection of monotheism), he was open to the idea of psychedelics as being “trans-dimensional travel”; literally, enabling an individual to encounter what could be ancestors, or spirits of earth. He remained opposed to most forms of organized religion or guru-based forms of spiritual awakening.

Either philosophically or religiously, he expressed admiration for Marshall McLuhan, Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, Gnostic Christianity, Alfred North Whitehead and Alchemy. McKenna always regarded the Greek philosopher Heraclitus as his favorite philosopher.

He also expressed admiration for the works of James Joyce (calling Finnegans Wake “the quintessential work of art, or at least work of literature of the 20th century”)and Vladimir Nabokov: McKenna once said that he would have become a Nabokov lecturer if he had never encountered psychedelics.

“Stoned Ape” theory of human evolution

In his book Food of the Gods,McKenna proposed that the transformation from humans’ early ancestors Homo erectus to the species Homo sapiens mainly had to do with the addition of the mushroom Psilocybe cubensis in its diet – an event which according to his theory took place in about 100,000 BC (this is when he believed that the species diverged from the Homo genus). He based his theory on the main effects, or alleged effects, produced by the mushroom. One of the effects that comes about from the ingestion of low doses, which agrees with one of scientist Roland Fischer’s findings from the late 1960s-early 1970s, is it significantly improves the visual acuity of humans – so theoretically, of other human-like mammals too. According to McKenna, this effect would have definitely proven to be of evolutionary advantage to humans’ omnivorous hunter-gatherer ancestors that would have stumbled upon it “accidentally”; as it would make it easier for them to hunt.

In higher doses, McKenna claims, the mushroom acts as a sexual stimulator, which would make it even more beneficial evolutionarily, as it would result in more offspring. At even higher doses, the mushroom would have acted to “dissolve boundaries”, which would have promoted community-bonding and group sexual activities-that would result in a mixing of genes and therefore greater genetic diversity. Generally McKenna believed that the periodic ingestion of the mushroom would have acted to dissolve the ego in humans before it ever got the chance to grow in destructive proportions. In this context, he likened the ego to a cancerous tumor that can grow uncontrollable and become destructive to its host. In his own words:

Wherever and whenever the ego function began to form, it was akin to a cancerous tumor or a blockage in the energy of the psyche. The use of psychedelic plants in a context of shamanic initiation dissolved-as it dissolves today-the knotted structure of the ego into undifferentiated feeling, what Eastern philosophy calls the Tao.
—Terence McKenna, Food of the Gods

The mushroom, according to McKenna, had also given humans their first truly religious experiences (which, as he believed, were the basis for the foundation of all subsequent religions to date). Another factor that McKenna talked about was the mushroom’s potency to promote linguistic thinking. This would have promoted vocalisation, which in turn would have acted in cleansing the brain (based on a scientific theory that vibrations from speaking cause the precipitation of impurities from the brain to the cerebrospinal fluid), which would further mutate the brain. All these factors according to McKenna were the most important factors that promoted evolution towards the Homo sapiens species. After this transformation took place, the species would have begun moving out of Africa to populate the rest of the planet. Later on, this theory by McKenna was given the name “The ‘Stoned Ape’ Theory of Human Evolution”

3. Sir Richard Branson is an English business mogul, best known for his Virgin Group of more than 400 companies.

His first successful business venture was a magazine called Student at age 16. In 1970, he set up an audio record mail-order business. In 1972, he opened a chain of record stores, Virgin Records, later known as Virgin Megastores. Branson’s Virgin brand grew rapidly during the 1980s, as he set up Virgin Atlantic Airways and expanded the Virgin Records music label.

Branson is the 4th richest citizen of the United Kingdom and 254th richest person in the world, according to the Forbes 2011 list of billionaires, with an estimated net worth of US $4.2 billion

in 2007 he smoked cannabis with his son Sam, a model, during a surfing holiday in Australia. “I went with my son on his gap year. We had some nights where we laughed our heads off for eight hours,” Branson said, adding, .”I don’t think smoking the occasional spliff is all that wrong. I’d rather my son did it in front of me than behind closed doors.” In the interview with Piers Morgan for GQmagazine, the entrepreneur also admitted trying cocaine and ecstasy.

Reportedly worth ÂŁ5 billion, Branson says Rolling Stone Keith Richards was the “first person to teach me to roll a joint.” He said he had not tried the mythic super-strong “skunk” cannabis and insisted cannabis was okay “in moderation.” Branson is pro-hemp, and recently offered a cash prize for anyone who can come up with a carbon sequestering technology for his airline. Branson was among 100 prominent people who signed a public declaration in favor of the decriminalization of cannabis. They also included former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney, Body Shop founder Anita Roddick, and playwright Harold Pinter.

In 2001 Branson said that he would sell legalized cannabis in his Virgin stores but not tobacco because it is too dangerous. When asked about cannabis on a BBC2 interview he said: “I personally think it should be legalized. I think it’s wrong that 100,000 young people have criminal records every year for doing something which is no worse than their parents are doing every night—drinking alcohol.”

Branson recounts trying pot and LSD in his book, Losing My Virginity, but says he’s done drugs only “rarely.” In one instance, he took a joint so as not to appear ungrateful to the host who proffered it, and found out the next day that Dire Straits signed with another label.

4. Timothy Leary (October 22, 1920 – May 31, 1996) was an American psychologist and writer, known for his advocacy of psychedelic drugs. During a time when drugs like LSD and psilocybin were legal, Leary conducted experiments at Harvard University under the Harvard Psilocybin Project, resulting in the Concord Prison Experiment and the Marsh Chapel Experiment. Both studies produced useful data, but Leary and his associate Richard Alpert were fired from the university.

Leary believed LSD showed therapeutic potential for use in psychiatry. He popularized catchphrases that promoted his philosophy, such as “turn on, tune in, drop out“, “set and setting”, and “think for yourself and question authority”. He also wrote and spoke frequently about transhumanist concepts involving space migration, intelligence increase and life extension (SMI²LE), and he developed the eight-circuit model of consciousness in his book Exo-Psychology (1977).

During the 1960s and 1970s, Leary was arrested regularly and was held captive in 29 different prisons throughout the world. President Richard Nixon once described Leary as “the most dangerous man in America”.

Leary is often considered one of the most prominent figures during the counterculture of the 1960s, and since those times has remained incredibly influential on pop culture, literature, television, film; and especially music.

Timothy Leary’s ideas heavily influenced the work of Robert Anton Wilson. This influence went both ways and Leary admittedly took just as much from Wilson. Wilson’s book Prometheus Rising was an in depth, highly detailed and inclusive work documenting Leary’s eight circuit model of consciousness. Although the theory originated in discussions between Leary and a Hindu holy man at Millbrook, Wilson was one of the most ardent proponents of it and introduced the theory to a mainstream audience in 1977’s bestselling Cosmic Trigger. In 1989, they appeared together on stage in a dialog entitled The Inner Frontierin Cleveland, Ohio hosted by the Association for Consciousness Exploration,(the same group that had hosted Leary’s first Cleveland appearance in 1979). Wilson and Leary conversed a great deal on philosophical, political and futurist matters and became close friends who remained in contact through Leary’s time in prison and up until his death. Wilson regarded Leary as a brilliant man and often is quoted as saying (paraphrase) “Leary had a great deal of ‘hilaritas’, the type of cheer and good humour by which it was said you could recognise a deity”.

Owsley Stanley, one of the pioneers of the era, would later write of him:

Leary was a fool. Drunk with “celebrity-hood” and his own ego, he became a media clown—and was arguably the single most damaging actor involved in the destruction of the evanescent social movement of the ’60s. Tim, with his very public exhortations to the kids to “tune in, turn on and drop out”, is the inspiration for all the current draconian US drug laws against psychedelics. He would not listen to any of us when we asked him to please cool it, he loved the limelight and relished his notoriety… I was not a fan of his.

Author and Merry Prankster Ken Kesey remained a supporter and admirer of Leary throughout his career,

Leary can get a part of my mind that’s kind of rusted shut grinding again, just by being around him and talking.

World religion scholar Huston Smith was turned on by Leary after the two were introduced to one another by Aldous Huxley in the early 1960s. The experience was interpreted as deeply religious by Smith, and is captured in detailed religious terms in Smith’s later work Cleansing of the Doors of Perception. This was Smith’s one and only entheogenic experience, at the end of which he asked Leary, to paraphrase, if Leary knew the power and danger of that with which he was conducting research. In Mother Jones Magazine, 1997, Smith commented:

First, I have to say that during the three years I was involved with that Harvard study, LSD was not only legal but respectable. Before Tim went on his unfortunate careening course, it was a legitimate research project. Though I did find evidence that, when recounted, the experiences of the Harvard group and those of mystics were impossible to tell apart—descriptively indistinguishable—that’s not the last word. There is still a question about the truth of the disclosure.

The slogan, “Turn on, tune in, drop out”, signified a conceptual way of thinking wherein a person would turn on to their own way of thinking, tune in to themselves, and drop out of society. This constituted a concept of inward self reliance.

5. George Washington: Yeah, that’s right, the first recorded President of the United States. It is not known whether Washing smoked it or not, but he did cultivate the plant.

Washington’s diary reports that he separated males from females in his hemp garden, “rather too late.” Much speculation has ensued about whether or not Washington’s reason for sexing his plants was to make a more smokable product. One thing is for sure: hemp was grown in the US colonies as far back as Jamestown, with several colonies ordering their farmers to grow it. Thomas Paines’s pamphlet Common Sense lists hemp as the first requirement for revolution, writing that in the colonies “hemp flourishes almost to rankness.” Thomas Jefferson also grew hemp on his plantation and went to great lengths to smuggle hemp seeds out of China. Jared Eliot wrote, “I am informed by my worthy friend Benjamin Franklin, Esq., of Philadelphia, that they raise hemp upon their drained lands.

Culture is Your Operating System

I am very interested in the work of philosopher Terence McKenna and his teachings about human consciousness.

What McKenna ultimately believes is that we are all a product of culture.

We in theory are programmed by culture and culture has become our operating system for life.

This very well might not be the greatest operating system as McKenna has discovered.

I urge you to listen to the message McKenna delivers in this video below.

McKenna relays some very powerful ideas through this video.

I think we as a culture have gone down almost an irreparable path that can only be redirected through some crazy catastrophic event or through years and years of enlightenment and movement toward a higher consciousness.

We are all running a certain type of cultural programming as much as we don’t want to accept it.

Government needs to infect propaganda to keep them in power and in control.

They have used brainwashing techniques over the years to condition us to believe certain things and act in pre-determined ways according to their own interests.

Where do their interests come from?

From the elite of course.

The elite in this world control everything.

They are the guyes with all the money. The big corporate hotshots and the extremely wealthy investors.

Why do you think there are so many laws in place to protect corporations even though they fuck people over everyday?

Government is just a front they have set up to employ their desires.

The elite control a massive portion of this world’s money and use that money to fund campaigns, get leaders elected, then use those leaders to enact their interests into laws and regulations that we all have to abide to.

If this sounds like crazy talk to you, I would like to share that I used to believe the same way.

I used to believe that everything was all like a movie where everything works out in the end.

Turns out however that life isn’t a movie.

We are living life like it is a movie and if some alien race came to our planet, they would probably be very entertained by what is going on here. We have the people at the “top” dictating everything that goes on and if we don’t abide by their rule, we get thrown in cages like the other monkeys at the zoos.

You see we all like to believe that everything is okay.

We all like to believe that everything will work out and for a lot of us, we have trouble exploring the possibility that this isn’t a fairy-tale movie scenario.

This is real life, this is real shit happening amongst us and we are only starting to realize it more and more.

Terence Mckenna

Take for example the true reason pot is illegal.

It isn’t illegal because it harms people, in fact not a single human being has ever died from a pot overdose in the history of human life.

That’s ZERO EVER.

Government has established that marijuana needs to be illegal because if made legal, pot could very well put pharmaceutical companies, tobacco and alcohol companies out of business.

All these businesses run off the fact that the “drug” marijuana is illegal but their “drugs” are legal and can be distributed for profit.

Alcohol, tobacco and pharmaceuticals are all drugs and these drugs have killed hundreds of thousands of people each year, leaving pot yet to claim a single victim in the vast history of this planet.

I don’t advocate drug use and I don’t care if you do or you do not smoke marijuana or use other more potentially harmful substances. What you do is your choice and ultimately only affects you in the end so it shouldn’t matter what anyone else thinks or says.

What I care about is the fact that we aren’t telling the truth.

We are not telling the truth about drugs, about war, and other various things a country has to deal with on a daily basis. The point is until we can be honest with each other about everything and cut out all the lies that have been engraved into our cultures, were not going to make any progress as a race. We become stagnant, and the potential for development is limited to only the people who actually have the courage to look past all the lies and think constructively for themselves.

You will never see a politician lobbying for cigarettes to become illegal.

They would get no money from special interests groups if they did so.

See there is a business behind everything that goes on in government. Many things have to fall in place for governments to keep making money and existing.

There has to be propaganda, there has to be lies and there has to be bullshit.

We learned a long time ago that we simply can’t just let people go buck wild.

There would be total chaos.

What we have created however is a system that cheats people out of basic universal freedoms.

You get locked up in a cage for smoking the bud of a plant that grows naturally on this earth the same way we grow naturally on this earth.

Is that really necessary?

Is anyone being harmed?

Is it really acceptable to lock a person away for doing no harm to others, and experiencing the conscious awareness boosting properties of our sacred herb?

Culture has programmed us to accept these facts and going against these facts is deemed radical and inappropriate to the many who have been affected by the propaganda.

The propaganda and mind control has made them believe that talking and even reading about this kind of information is radical and not acceptable in our society and culture. It takes a few brave people like McKenna to really deliver the truth to the people and make them aware of what is really going on.

Culture has become a flawed operating system.

It is filled with too much nonsense that we have trouble grasping the whole picture and really important aspects of this life.

This life is incredibly bizarre.

It is incredibly bizarre that we have people in our own race that want to just use power to control other people in the same race for their own egotistical interests.

It bothers me that we have come to accept that as a culture as a whole and that more and more people are falling trap everyday to the nonsense within our society.

Life isn’t about that.

Life is about enjoying the limited time we have in this temporary state on earth without all the bullshit filler that we have come to accept.

We as a whole need to start accepting the fact that we are being cheated and lied to and I feel a movement is certainly in order to eradicate all of this from our lives and make the world a better place for future generations.

It will certainly be a bumpy path to true enlightenment. 🙂

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Putting The Entire Universe Into Perspective

What is really going on up there?

There is nothing above your head except air, gases, stars, asteroids and INFINITE SPACE.

The other nothing above your head is in a non-physical form. There is nothing above the mind within your head. It controls everything about you. There is nothing above it that is ruling you. It is the control center for your whole life.

It has INFINITE POTENTIAL.

We as humans like to think of ourselves as being the leaders of this planet simply because we are the most advanced form of life on earth. But what is earth compared to the entire vastness of the universe?

The big question is, if we are so close to nothing, where do we fit in?

I think we are all part of one gigantic system that is far too imaginable for the human mind to possibly comprehend. The human mind can’t comprehend the true universal mechanics behind the whole system.

We still fit in in some way, yet we really can’t truly explain how.

We live on a giant organism, yet as individuals we are part of other billions of organisms that make up the giant organism.

We are billions to the earth, earth is billions to the galaxies, and it just goes on and on forever to the point where we cant even begin to explain what is going on out there. Our universe may very well be part of a realm of other infinite universes. If you haven’t been exposed to ideas such as the multiverse theory, this may be a lot of new crazy information for you to take in.

The fact is you simply cannot know. You cannot know for sure what this life is all about with complete certainty. We are getting closer and closer to figuring it out and that may be the very reason life exists.

It could just be a gradual process towards figuring out and then figuring something else out after that in a new life cycle towards the final answer.

Our minds have infinite potential, not complete knowledge just yet. We keep evolving as a species over millions of years yet each individual gets to be a part of that cycle for on average 62 years. It took our brains from chimpanzee ancestors to double in size in 2,000,000 years. That was actually a short time frame from previous periods of doubling.

This is also an idea many have trouble figuring out why it happened. One theory suggests our monkey ancestors ate psychedelic mushrooms when they ventured out of the rainforests, and that contributed to the rapid growth in brain size.

This theory was proposed by a scientist named Terence McKenna and it is called The Stoned Ape Theory. His beliefs along with other theories still have not fully explained the rapid evolution of chimpanzees and it may never be known.

I would like to leave you with a video that compares the relevant size of stars and planets in our solar system to the other stars in and outside of our own galaxy.

After watching, it will leave you thinking how we could be so impossibly small in comparison to the vast universe. It is certainly an interesting view.

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