When the new telescope finally took stock of the universe's entire composition, the results were rather surprising. Yes, there was plenty of dark matter and dark energy, oodles of free hydrogen and helium, the anticipated neutrinos and heavy elements…but also a significant amount of joy. Of the remaining mass, a large percentage of that was confidence. That was followed by four times as much sass as predicted by mathematical models. Then, in diminishing order: rhythm, greed, good times, angst, mint-chip ice cream, and a smidgen of hope. That's the part that excited scientists the most—the hope. They hadn’t expected that.