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“Science Wars” is the Nerdiest STAR WARS Acappella Parody in the Galaxy

When your Jedi Knight major requires you to take at least one science class outside of your requirements like “Advanced Lightsaber Dueling” and “Mind Tricks 101,” which one should you enroll in to help you on your path to the Jedi Council? If hard to see the right choice is, just listen to this Star Wars-inspired acappella breakdown of the merits of each science to help clear your mind.

Titled “Science Wars” and sung to some of the most iconic songs from the galaxy far, far away, this song from the guys behind the YouTube account AsapScience presents an argument for why you might study one science over another, specifically biology, chemistry, physics, or mathematics.

Here are some of the major selling points of each:

Physics: Understanding the force and energy, lasers.

Chemistry: Covers the elements that make up life, things that will make you feel good (death sticks anyone?).

Biology: All species singing one song (balance to the Force), it will be enjoyable even if you don’t pass the class.

Mathematical: The backbone of all things science, no gadgets just logic/using your mind to get things done.

A Star Wars acappella song debating the merits and arguments for one field of science over the others might be peak nerd, but remember, without science we wouldn’t have things like Death Stars to destroy millions of innocent people, and we wouldn’t understand why milk is blue, or how to shoot lightning from our hands. And without music we’d just be walking around in our stromtrooper helmets with nothing more than our own thoughts, which would be pretty identical to the clone standing next to us, a clone we wouldn’t have without science.

What field of science would be the best to study for a young Jedi Padawan to study? Tell us in the comments below.

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