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More Auto-Tuned Science!

John Boswell, the madly brilliant sound-chemist who Auto-Tuned his way into our hearts with “A Glorious Dawn” featuring Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking, has launched the laud-worthy project “Symphony of Science” which is “designed to deliver scientific knowledge and philosophy in musical form.” You couldn’t ask for a better goal than that.

The second track (on what I hope is an album’s worth of material) is entitled “We Are Connected” and features a returning Sagan, Richard Feynman, Neil deGrasse Tyson & Bill “50 Cent(iliter)” Nye.

I have also had the pleasure of striking up an email correspondence with Mr. Boswell, and have found him to be a top notch chap. As long as he keeps making these videos, I’ll keep posting them. It’s a much more noble use of this digital enhancement feature than some pop music assclown trying to mask his/her inability to hold a note.

While I stand and applaud this project, you may download the songs here. They are free of charge, but I highly recommend kicking in a small donation on his page to support this kind of artistic geekery.

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  1. Briznye says:

    Bill Nye is my hero.

  2. Nicofopolous says:

    Please tell me you’ll be in the Rock of Ages film they just announced. =)

  3. Deltus says:

    We as a society, and I mean global society, don’t do enough to promote science. This helps, although I don’t think it’ll bring any kids to think science is the awesome thing it is that didn’t already think so. Good dig at Kanya “I’mma Let You Finish” West too.

  4. Sithlrd says:

    Unlike every pop star on the charts, Carl Sagan (and company) doesnt need this crap to be interesting. His message is the most important thing anyone’s said in ten thousand years. Listen and know.

  5. Michael Dowd says:

    This is great! My wife, Connie Barlow, a science writer is on a crusade to get the national media in America to report on this phenomena – and John Boswell’s new genre of sacred science music videos. See here: where she’ll culled her favorite comments.

  6. Bill says:

    Soooooo amazing. Thanks so much for sharing this.

  7. KathywithaK says:

    Hardwick, how do I love thee? Let me count the ways…1. You are awesome 2. You are funny 3. You post the best stuff like this video and the previous one with that total babe Sagan and his road dawg Hawking. Could you spoon me now, please?

  8. Patrick Benjamin says:

    This is better than the last: the song aspect is more noticeable. Thanks, Chris, for your continued posting.

  9. I’m speechless in the supernova of win that is this video, which has swallowed me.

  10. andy says:

    Seriously Chris,

    Thank you for this update. REALLY looking forward to more songs from John. There’s something so great about how Sagan talks and anunciates. Its amusing to try to duplicate.

    A glorious dawn is definitely a jump off. Tip of the hat, sir.

  11. Nick says:

    Just a wonderful mix of music and science.

  12. Kai says:

    this fucking rocks XD

  13. RadNerd says:

    Bill Nye lives down the street from me in Studio City, he is always 1 up’ing Ed Begley in eco-trends.

  14. John says:

    So that is where Bill Nye went! After the cloning accident and all…

  15. Jacob says:

    Even more fun than the first one.

  16. rich says:

    love the rap part haha amazing