Note: Music video is after the jump because the beat's so fresh it oughta be illegal.
This is the sixth installment in the autotuned Symphony of Science series. It's all about why humans should further explore Mars and is appropriately titled, 'The Case For Mars'. Sadly, based on the current lack of interest in outerspace as a whole, I'm gonna go ahead and speculate the case isn't going so hot. Maybe we should consider hiring a lawyer instead of just going with the public defender. I mean, he did show up for court with nothing but a briefcase full of comic books. What's that? You're right, you're right -- we should give him some more time.
According to space transport company SpaceX founder Elon Musk, humans will be traveling to Mars in the next 10 years (15 at most), and by 2040 we'll be sending people there on roundtrip vacations for $500,000. Yeaaaaaaah, how bout we start with the moon?
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SolarBeat is little website that shows the planets in our solar system orbiting the sun and making a little "ding!" every time they complete a circuit. You can mess with the tempo to alter the music, and if you speed it up all the way and sit around for like 40 years you can f... / Continue →
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 sin... / Continue →