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Mister Rogers’s Symphony of Science

(Video Link) John Boswell, the audio mixer behind the Symphony of Science series, autotuned scenes from Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood to promote childhood curiosity. There was only one Fred Rogers in the world. We shall not see his like again. -via Flavorwire

Ode to the Brain

“The brain is a very big place, in a very small space” -Carl Sagan, in the latest Symphony of Science song. More geeky scientific awe, communicated via music and imagery, from composer John Boswell. “Here is this mass of jelly you can hold in the palm of your hands. And it can contemplate the vastness of [...]

Symphony of Science: The Big Beginning

[YouTube Clip] Eight in the auto-tuned Symphony of Science music series by John Boswell is “The Big Beginning.” It’s about the Big Bang and the origins of the universe, and features Carl Sagan, Stephen Hawking, Richard Dawkins, Tara Shears and Neil deGrasse Tyson. Previously on Neatorama: A Glorious Dawn (#1 in the series) | We Are All [...]

Symphony of Science: A Wave of Reason

In the seventh “Symphony of Science” installment by John Boswell, Carl Sagan sings: “Science is more than a body of knowledge: it’s a way of thinking; a way of skeptically interrogating the universe. If we are not able to ask skeptical questions, to be skeptical of those in authority, then we’re up for grabs.” That’s [...]

Symphony of Science

Remember A Glorious Dawn, the awesome auto-tuned Carl Sagan (and Stephen Hawking) video clip that went viral? What could be better than that? Well, John Boswell of Symphony of Science made another song, this time featuring Sagan, Richard Feynman, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Bill Nye. Hit play or go to Link [YouTube Clip] – via Friends [...]