Do yourself a favor and blow this video up to full screen, throw it on HD and let the combination of intense visuals (courtesy of some insane time-lapse photography of our own planet Earth) and the mammoth, sweeping score that Hans Zimmer put together for Christopher Nolan’s Inception (specifically the track “Dream is Collapsing”) wash over you. The video, assembled by Mike Flores, presents some stunning landscapes of our fair planet with an awe-inspiring eye. And when the score is mixed in, it feels as if we’re watching the birth of life itself. That Hans Zimmer, it’s as if he were meant to score the great moments of humanity or something. Or maybe just every Chris Nolan movie. It’s about the same. [via Gizmodo]

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