Obsessing about light, in a song

If you obsess about light, as many obsessive people do, and as many people who are fascinated by light do, and if you are prone to break into song and then explain without singing what you have just sung about, you might find yourself singing a song such as Sabine Hossenfelder sings here, and then explaining it, as Hossenfelder does after singing the song:

If, on the other hand, you feel yourself incapable of singing, and your obsession lies elsewhere than with the physics of light, you might find yourself reciting a poem, with goopy musical accompaniment, as Russ Roberts does here about the societal systematics of a loaf of bread:

(Thanks to Vaughn Tan for bringing the societal systematics of a loaf of bread to our attention.)

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