The truth is that the speaker in the video, as beautiful as his general point is, is ambiguous and misuses the term "facts". jruss133 does a good job at pointing this out. There are no necessarily scientific facts presented in the video but general facts for all to see, behold, and agree...
"Yes, we are part of this universe, we are in this universe, but perhaps more important than both of those facts is that the universe is in us."
Anyone not finding beauty in that fact might just coldly claim that the speaker has merely gotten emotional over the definition of "universe". :D
I personally sympathize with the speakers sentiment. I do though, as does jruss133, fall short from recognizing the speaker's scientific model as fact. The speaker does claim as fact that we are made of remnants from collapsing stars. I personally adhere to an alternative scientific model regarding the nature of stars. Despite the fact that I generally disagree with the inconsistent regard to what the speaker in the video refers to as "fact", I remain in agreement with that which is claimed most astoundingly in the headline of the original post at large. :)
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