(National Endowment for the Humanities)
Seeing what you can’t normally see—these microscopic particles that are all around you—can really make you see the world differently. It can also spark the imagination. What would we see if we developed microscopes 20,000 times more powerful than what we have now? What would we see if we had microscopes a million times more powerful?
If this is what the microscopic world looks like to us, what do things really look like from an unfathomably large perspective of the universe?