This device is trying to simulate the effect of the explosion and show the diversity of life. Supernova explosions provide the conditions for the emergence of life. As a result, a myriad of diverse and wonderful lives began to evolve and develop. However, the homology of our life seems to be forgotten by this increasingly polarized and atomized society. Labeling, misinterpretation, and even dehumanization have become a daily occurrence in the international context. The only and most effective way to bridge the gap is through contact. These recycled plastic bottles I found in the trash room of my apartment. They meet in public spaces. In this device, they touch each other, connect, and understand. Different bottles here represent various identities. We can see the fantastic effect that this diversity creates, yet when we focus on each of them on their own, the beauty of the little circles themselves is breathtaking. This beauty exists all around us. By leaving behind prejudices, political positions, nationalities, races, species, and focusing on the individual itself, the beauty of the world will be seen again, even in the plastic bottles that we neglect. The elixir that turns stones into gold is in our hands.