The world is an incredible place. All around us are mysteries of science and nature, dazzling us with their magnificence. Thanks to the internet, we have the opportunity to share them with the world.
In this episode of Upon Friar Review, I share with Fr. Patrick some of the craziest things I could find on the internet, things like the scale of the universe, human hair on an atomic level, crazy powerful shrimp, disillusioning sounds, and super slow motion impacts. It’s a pretty awesome episode.
Wow! Father Casey! I royally enjoyed this episode! The other Father is hilarious! Thankyou!
I loved this one so much! I often think of things like this, and yet it never ceases to amaze me. My eyes and ears, and especially my heart, were glued to this episode. Thank you so much, as always, Casey and Patrick!
Enjoying these videos. I have an off-the-wall question: Why is Father Patrick’s habit so much darker that yours?
Do you think the point of wonder is to experience via video or photo? Which you know Casey is not an actual experience.
The sad thing is your like a typical Christian who wants to be “grateful” for God’s “creation” and you come off across like an automon. True wonder or appreciation isn’t forced or sought or self cultivated or the result of theology