In this episode we examine the theme of power of nature through the literary sense of Mary Shelly's Frankenstein vs. Masaru Emoto's The Hidden Messages in Water.
Considered by many to be the first Science Fiction novel, Mary Shelly's Frankenstein is the story of Dr. Victor Frankenstein, whose scientific ambitions drive him to invent a new species, but a lack of love and acceptance fuels his creation to commit murder.
The power of nature is paradoxically a force of creation and destruction. Such a power deserves awe and reverence. One ignores the magnitude of its duality at his or her own peril.