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drive by entry GUYYYYS DO YOU KNOW WHAT IS THE BEST THING? 

THE ANSWER IS SYMPHONY OF SCIENCE.

AND THERE'S A NEW VIDEO UP!



--Make sure the resolution is 360p and not in HD or it will never ever load.

Iii am excited that they Brain Greene in this newest one-- he taught me almost everything I know about quantumly things and all that; I have far too many of his books, heh. Watching these videos is like watching footage of my old teachers or something; there's that sort of pride that "Hey, I know them and they taught me and now they're teaching everyone."

www.symphonyofscience.com/ is actually the most wondrous place in the world. Go there if you haven't already and never stop listening to Carl Sagan and other wonderful people singing to you. They are the loveliest of all things and will make you feel warm and fuzzy and connected to the universe and excited about existence.

Happiness has been hard to come by, lately. These help :).

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commeantennas
Mar. 27th, 2010 03:52 pm (UTC)
YESSSSSSS YES YES YES YES YES.

What a good way to begin my Saturday!
frewtloop
Mar. 28th, 2010 12:20 am (UTC)
Sagan <3
Dawkins <3

These are so awesome in every way.
certainlydwarfs
Mar. 28th, 2010 03:33 am (UTC)
And you're my homeboy because that is your icon.
certainlydwarfs
Mar. 28th, 2010 03:32 am (UTC)
Kid, dis ain't new. This was the first one I saw, and that was ages ago.

This dude has made me fall in love with Carl Sagan. Sagan's is the very best Wikipedia page. His Wiki page made me identify my religiosity or lack thereof in a different way. And other things.

This video also made me remember that I never finished reading Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! But I read MOST of it.
( 4 dare to eat a peach — bite off the matter with a smile )

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