Oct 27 2009Another Auto-Tuned Science-y Song, Now With More Bill Nye The Science Guy!

This is the second song/video in the Symphony of Science series, a project designed by John Boswell to spit scientific knowledge in an auto-tuned musical format. The first chart topper was 'A Glorious Dawn' with Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking. Now Carl is back with backup singers Neil deGrasse Tyson, Richard Feynman and Bill Nye, and let me tell you -- these beats are FREEEEEESH.

"We Are All Connected" was made from sampling Carl Sagan's Cosmos, The History Channel's Universe series, Richard Feynman's 1983 interviews, Neil deGrasse Tyson's cosmic sermon, and Bill Nye's Eyes of Nye Series, plus added visuals from The Elegant Universe (NOVA), Stephen Hawking's Universe, Cosmos, the Powers of 10, and more. It is a tribute to great minds of science, intended to spread scientific knowledge and philosophy through the medium of music.

Again, another job well done. Really made me want to blast off in my rocketship and crash into a planet. And by that I mean drop a bunch of acid and listen to these guys talk about outerspace while I roll around on the carpet.

The Symphony of Science

Thanks to Lookaze, Austin, Marc, crispy85, eelee and meeotch, who travel across the country singing to children about possible careers in science but mostly just getting high in the tour bus. Need groupies?

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How about some "Mr. Wizard's World"?


my science boner thrashed into my desk after hearing 'billions and billions'

FIRST!!!! wait, is there any way to exchange posts with eachother?

this shit is amazing

Guess Jay-Z was wrong. Jigga, what?

that was remarkably... good

science is just an excuse for crazy people to sit around and talk about their ideas of how the world is round, and that we revolve around the sun... i mean any resonable person knows that the moon landing was a fake...seriously science get your $hit together. we need to start living like we used to, sacrificing goats to the gods, drink and have sex all night, and go on witch hunts THEY ARE REAL!!!

@8, I can't believe there are still people out there who are under the delusion that the moon landing was fake.

As for this video, another brilliant work, but still not as classic as 'A Glorious Dawn'

#8 - ignore #9. Your humour was not lost on the rest of us.

That was just too cool. Someone was paying attention with a creative mind.

I loved the part "And its all really there. Really, really there." Nice.

Also, GW, the line "And by that I mean drop a bunch of acid and listen to these guys talk about outerspace while I roll around on the carpet." Hilarious.

science isn't supposed to make you want to cry... right?

Alan Parsons Project anyone?


Thanks, I thought it worked well too.

it was actually a pretty beautiful song lol

I loved it...

Very well done.

You know, this sort of auto-tune stuff sure got old fast.

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Bill Nye lectured at my alma mater and he was a total dick to us. Great show, but not a nice guy.
Carl Sagan, on the other hand, always has a special place in my heart.

They sounds like Kermit the frog... that is definitely intentional. NEW FAVORITE

fricken awesome....i loves it!

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