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The Joy of Discovery, Featuring Bill Nye

by Jason Major February 11, 2014

“We are, you and I, at least one of the ways that the Universe knows itself.” – Bill Nye Did you manage to (or choose to) watch the much-anticipated debate between Science Guy Bill Nye and Ken Ham on the “merits” of Creationism on Feb. 4? While clearly nothing more than a publicity event cooked […]

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Black Holes: Monsters of the Cosmos

by Jason Major August 29, 2013

It’s a new Symphony of Science video from melodysheep (aka John D. Boswell). It features Neil deGrasse Tyson, Lawrence Krauss, Michio Kaku, and Morgan Freeman. It’s about black holes. ‘Nuff said. Enjoy! Jason Major on Google+

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The Secret of the Stars

by Jason Major February 27, 2013

“Say, do you like mystery stories? Well we have one for you. The concept: relativity.” Well look at that, it’s a new video from John D. Boswell — aka melodysheep — which goes into autotuned detail about one of the standard principles of astrophysics, Einstein’s theory of general relativity. Featuring clips from Michio Kaku, Brian […]

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The Face of Creation

by Jason Major January 3, 2013

The latest autotuned installment in John D. Boswell’s Symphony of Science series waxes melodic about the particle-smashing science being done with the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, in particular its search for the Higgs boson, a.k.a. the… ok, ok, I won’t say it… “We can recreate the conditions that were present just after the beginning […]

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From Eternity to Here: The Amazing Origin of our Species (in 90 Seconds)

by Jason Major October 31, 2012

From the initial expansion of the Big Bang to the birth of the Moon, from the timid scampering of the first mammals to the rise — and fall — of countless civilizations, this fascinating new video by melodysheep (aka John D. Boswell) takes us on a breathless 90-second tour through human history — starting from […]

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