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    Symphony of Science
    I've stumbled upon something revolutionary recently. An internet genius (or possibly a group of people) that goes by the name of Melodysheep on Youtube has composed an educational science masterpiece. It's known as the Symphony of Science Project. Visit the website here for details.

    The videos are essentially compilations of quotes derived from the lectures of some of the world's greatest scientisits; ranging from Carl Sagan :-) and Stephen Hawkings to Richard Dawkins and Michio Kaku. The quotes are cut-up, synthesized and reorganized to sync with custom made beats to generate the illusion of an actual song. For the science-minded like myself, this is probably the greatest combination in musical history. Not only can I easily memorize awesome quotes from awesome scientists, but I can jam out to science as nerdy as that sounds.

    Here are two of my favorites. You can watch the rest on Youtube or on their website by visiting those links above. They also have downloadables in MP3 format. I HIGHLY recommend watching all of these...

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    Hasan     Sat, Feb 6, 2010  Permanent link
    I had a chance to view the carl sagan video about a month ago. I thought it was a little funny, cooky and mostly entertaining. Will be checking in with Melodysleep (youtube) from time to time.