I've been wondering for a while. Is this a sort of sperm meets egg type of rendering? It's very interesting if so since the title is meaningful to the subject. I like how it's electrifying. The black background contrasting to the white/blue outer linings of the image. It gives the perspective of like an ultrasound/scope capturing a magnified view of the event.
If i'm wrong I at the very least like the use of line and direction of line it carries the eyes well. It feels like you are determined to push the viewer to their right visually so they would have to mentally step to the right as the view it. I think this would be a great ceiling to wall piece in a high roofed room since the "push" effect could reaction the viewers more readily
As always, a very perceptive comment from you!! Yes - the title is reference to these spermatozoa-like shapes, and that life persists, and always finds a way to carry on. A great comment, as always!! Take care my friend!!