The Arts and Sciences division of USC Dornsife put together a fascinating look at snow as described by poets, scientists, psychologists, philosophers and even Korean Studies professors (who knew a Southern California university would know so much about the white stuff).
As someone who has spent the last week shoveling out from almost a foot of snow, you could say that I needed a video to remind me that snow is not the result of a dump taken by a massive sky bully, but a glorious example of seasonal beauty.
Of course, come February, I will totally and completely hate snow with a passion, but at least for now, I can kind of appreciate it’s complexity.
Video after the break, and yes, you’re going to enjoy it.
Source: Scientific American