Right now, oxygen is flooding your lungs, the sound of your breath echoing through your body. Your heart is pumping blood through your veins, electricity. Your 37.2 trillion cells are furiously growing and dancing, in your arms, your hair, your fingernails. The DNA, the 25,000 genes that code for you, is busy being translated into your eyes, your laugh, the way you hold a baby animal. The countless atoms that hold you together are the same atoms that once held together the dinosaurs, Cleopatra, a meteor. The electrons surrounding your protons and neutrons are buzzing around at breakneck speed, too fast for even a snapshot. Your brain, the one that zooms through 70,000 thoughts each day, may always be telling you that you are worthless, minuscule, trivial, practically non-existent. But 99.99% of the universe, everything you could touch, is vacuum space, simply not there. 99.99% of you is vacuum space. But, oh, that .01% is hard to miss.
This is 100% what everyone does in their room when they are alone, and this girl filmed it. Bravo.
this is my favorite video in all of human history