After hearing John’s talk, I honestly have been considering reading the books he talk about considering the discovery of oxygen. The best part of his talk I found the most useful not only for most people and our class specifically, was his thought exercises on, without knowledge of science, what would you find an intuitive explanation for the things around you. It really shows how, difficult, the ideas of science really are and how they would probably never be excepted off the logic alone, and why we must really on experiments to show us the nature of reality. Almost convinced me that there had to be foul air in sealed containers, and how I’d probably be all for that explanation without my scientific background. The easiest questions seem to have the most complex answers.