Like a cross between the opening credits of Contact and the Simpson's Universe couch gag, this video gives us an ever expanding look at how the smallest objects in existence compare in size to the largest.
Starting with the fabric of space-time, we zoom out to the singularity of a black hole, then we zoom out to quarks, protons, atoms, DNA, sperm, grains of sand, lions, tigers, bears, whales, jets, zeppelins, skyscrapers, mountains, moons, planets, stars, black holes, galaxies and so much in between. We're somewhere in there too, forgetting to put the toilet seat down and trying to decide what to eat for dinner.
Be warned, the narrator of this clip isn't exactly Neil deGrasse Tyson. The voiceover script is alright and has a few funny bits. But as conversations on this subject tend to do, it veers into too-many-bong-hits territory.
Still, this is the kind of sobering demonstration of our place in the universe that we all need from time-to-time.