Here is a great, 3 minute video to enjoy and share which inspires big picture thinking about frontiers, exploration, and global collaboration.

One of my related thoughts is, should we really be so confident we’re alone in the universe as an intelligent life form? The staggering size and complexity of the universe would seem to suggest otherwise. Time will tell. If I was to bet, I’d wager we’re not alone.

The frontiers beckon.

Hat tip to Michael Wesch.
http://twitter.com/mwesch/status/25151109463015424

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