Go to university or spend time on the internet, and you can spend years learning all about the amazing discoveries of scientists from all across the globe about the world that we live in. It seems that in every field, there are new breakthroughs as we delightfully explore this world and our existence in it.

And that is wonderful, but we've lost something along the way. We've lost discovering, exploring nature for ourselves. So instead of learning to admire the few wildflowers that still grow in the ditch, we have children sitting at their desks learning about photosynthesis and the complex mechanisms of how a plant takes the energy of the sun and turns that into chemical energy.

Students are given the process by which carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight are used to produce glucose, oxygen, and water. They sit at their desks as the teacher at the front of the classroom writes the chemical formula on the board.

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