When you read a book, the neurons in your brain fire overtime, deciding what the characters are wearing, how they’re standing, and what it feels like the first time they kiss. No one shows you. The words make suggestions. Your brain paints the pictures.
A chemist, a physicist, and a biologist go to the beach. The physicist is intrigued by the waves, walks into the ocean to examine them and drowns.
The biologist is intrigued by the various forms of life, walks into the ocean to study them, and drowns.
The chemist is sitting on the beach with a lab notebook and writes “Biologists and physicists are soluble in water.”