The simple beauty of a flower captivates artist and scientist alike. Where our world exists without answers, without definitions, we seek answers and definitions. Sometimes we find them but when we don't, what does that mean? What does it say about us? What does it say about our existence? This short video explores the world through the eyes of Richard Feynman: emotional, visually beautiful, intellectually evocative.


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  • Guenter

    He literally said the opposite of the title here, "There is Beauty in Not Knowing". I love this video, but it is wrongly described here.

  • pat

    thank you for not knowing and that I do I am happy

  • Nancy Kahalewai

    His humility and brilliance as a storyteller/narrator. This helps bridge the gap between Science and Spirituality, which for to long have been disconnected in the human perspective. Wow!!

  • Deborah

    Embrace the mystery - this is our greatest gift and inspiration

  • Becky Livingston

    The photography is simply wonderful. Reminds me of how fortunate we are to share this world with nature.

  • Atticus

    First, I like it; the visuals, the words and especially Richard's accent were evocative of memories and questioning that I have done. Bottom line, I need to stay opened to the beauty around me and not try to put meanings or beliefs that would closed me down and lead to bitterness.

  • Layla

    I agree with Gary

  • Gary

    We do not need to know everything. There is much that we do not know, and there is much that we do not know we do not know. When we accept things for what they are, then we see their beauty. We do not need to label things just to satisfy the mind's obsession with putting things in boxes. Rejoice in the beauty of nature and be grateful for the beauty that surrounds us. Love and light.....♥

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  • Read the entire interview from which this video was made.
  • Watch the Sagan Series which inspired the Feynman series.
  • Marvel at nature, however you see it.

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