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Elegant destruction. Uncanny organization. Perilous heights. They all have one thing in common—we’re transfixed by them.
Why does watching something melt bring such strong feelings of satisfaction?
Because you’re the viewer and not the thing melting away?
Maybe it's elemental, hard-wired into being human.
Or maybe it's just really cool to watch.
Almost as cool as the German art of stacking firewood.
Stick around for that. Get it? Because… sticks.
Stacking, the fundamental building block of...well, building blocks — is all around us.
Take the beautiful Holz Hausen from Germany.
German for “round house,” these circular sculptures of wood serve a dual purpose.
The firewood dries more quickly and stays secure. Functional and beautiful.
But what they’re lacking is danger and risk of bodily harm.
Unlike these human towers that reach 10-stories in the sky, with no safety net.
Every year in northern Spain, the Catalan tradition of building human towers called Castells takes place.
For over 300 years Catalans have been climbing over each other 100 feet up into the sky.
Teams are successful if they can build and deconstruct their towers without a fall.
Strength, balance, and courage are required.
Even after the Great Pyramids and Machu Picchu, humans still aren’t satisfied.
We continue to climb, in our never-ending quest to get high.
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