This week’s question - #252 in the series – gets you to consider the question “What needs to go under the microscope?”.
When we put things under the microscope a number of things happen:
- We can adjust resolution
- We can zoom into new parts
- We can get curious about detail
My undergraduate degree is in science and I spent a lot of time peering through microscopes in my first few years at McGill. The process always fascinated me and has left its mark around the different perspectives and insights microscopes provide.
What issues do you want to put under a metaphorical microscope?
What could benefit from a zoom in or looking at more detail?
Enjoy the conversation and the exploration!
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