How can we try to discover the unknown 95% of the universe starting from SoundsOfThings?

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“The visible universe—including Earth, the sun, other stars, and galaxies—is made of protons, neutrons, and electrons bundled together into atoms. Perhaps one of the most surprising discoveries of the 20th century was that this ordinary, or baryonic, matter makes up less than 5 percent of the mass of the universe.”

Try to read this again but this time with this incredible music in the background (Interstellar – Main Theme – Hans Zimmer):

Are you listening? Now keep reading please … This is the mystery of life and if we’ll keep looking at it with our eyes we’ll never ‘see’ the truth. We need to make different experiences and it is not the next that will bring us to the truth, but we’ll get closer.

We need to accept the idea that all we see and perceive is a reconstruction of our mind which receives limited signals from our senses. Science does not have an answers today but we are in the right path because we have understood the most important thing to start our incredible journey towards the knowledge: all we see and perceive it is just a small particle in the huge void of our knowledge.

What does it have to do with us? Why this matters for SoundsOfThings? Because adopting a communication based on pure sound questions our certainties about the world we think is true because we see it. It is a step forward.

SoundsOfThings is just a road sign along the way, a comfortable little rest area on this exciting journey. We believe that to start understanding, we need to stop relying to the most misleading sense: the sight. Starting to close our eyes and relying to the ear, we’ll learn how to perceive the world differently and in the future, departing from SoundsOfThings we’ll start another trip trying to reach the remaining 95% of the universe.