As science progresses and unlocks mystery after mystery is it natural to be scared of what they may discover next? I am already in awe at how insane our universe is how some of it just defies all common sense. The first time I felt scared was when I was about 16 and I first read about special relativity and it really made me take a step back and it gave me a severe wake up call. There is so much going on behind the surface of what we see day to day that it's easy to forget and think everything is just so simple. When I explain to my friends how time slows down the faster you go relative to an observer, that your blood flows slower, your breathing slows down and a week for you may be 60 years for someone else, they just laugh and think I'm either lying or it's wrong. I am looking forward to what they may discover next but I'm also very nervous as once again my brain will be crushed... When I first read about special relativity it was basically the same as trying to accept that at the centre of every blackhole is a portal that takes you to another universe... I know this is not true I'm just using it as an analogy of what it was like for me to accept special relativity as being how it really is no matter how outrageous it may seem. I mean most of you are qualified physicists and some of you may be much older than I am, back when you were 20 and you heard about the double slit experiement, did it scare you at all? Did it throw you back and think WTF is this universe doing to my brain? Some part of human mind protests that it cannot be so, yet on examination of the evidence brings you to the conclusion that it is... lol.