Sunday, February 21, 2010

Sampled Scientists

I recently discover this website:

symphony of science.com

Snippets of lectures by famous televised scientists have been put together with music and imagery to create music videos about the interconnectedness of all living and nonliving things. There are four videos so far, but this is my favorite:


3 comments:

Sandra said...

Hey, I found this steampunk raygun on youtube and thought of you and Blaze.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rOzgYbUnExo&feature=popular

I don't know how easy it would be to make, the guy in the video make it seem really easy, but he's a professional. Plus, there is a lighter involved, but I bet you could just drain one to use.

Crescent Moon said...

Do you remember the squirt gun I painted for Halloween? I told Blaze he could put water in it as soon as Halloween was over, and the first time he went to fill it, it broke. You could probably hear the wailing and lamentation all the way to Nevada. I now have a Nerf Maverick that I've painted with it's first base coat of black. I've told Blaze this is my toy, which he can barrow if he asks nice and never points it at people.

Crescent Moon said...

I just watched the video. That was cool! It was also much easier to make thanI'd expected. Now I want some brass sheets that can be cut with scissors. The workmen, who are still working around our apartment complex, keep leaving those silver steel washers all over the ground here.
I agree with all the comments under the video, driving and video taping can't be a good idea.

Crafty Crow