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Physicist rhapsodizes string theory and turns to a life of music

Hudsonite Timothy Blais has hit fame and possibly a dramatic career shift after combining two of his passions – science and music – in a YouTube video that has gone viral. 513 more words

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String Theory Explained In "Bohemian Rhapsody" [Video]

What do you get when you mix theoretical physics, prog rock, and a childhood love of Bill Nye the Science Guy? “Bohemian Gravity” by A Capella Science — McGill University grad student Tim Blais’ smash YouTube hit. 72 more words


Day 72. What I like Wednesday: Bohemian Gravity

Although I do not completely understand what this guy is singing, I still find it impressive and funny and absolutely amazing. He’s not only intelligent but he’s also a great singer. Enjoy!

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A Queen Cover That Will Make You Smarter

Tim Blais is a graduate student, working on his Master’s in physics at McGill University in Montreal Canada. He’s also a dirtbag Classic Rock fan, who’s been singing since his Mom put him in a church choir when he was a wee lad, and has fronted more than a few rock bands in his time, but wisely is training himself for a lucrative and viable career as well. 190 more words


Reactionary Animated Gifs: Witness, A Capella Science - Bohemian Gravity...Testify!

Physics is awesome.

A fact?

Which cannot be stated near enough.

And for all those in doubt?


[via io9]This physics grad student made a mind-blowing Bohemian Rhapsody cover ~Robert T.

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Is this the real life?

…or is this just fantasy?

No, I’m not about to explode into a potentially terrifying version of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody,” but I am going to encourage you to check out Tim Blais’ version, which he calls “Bohemian Gravity.” Tim was working on his Master’s in physics when he created his version of this musical masterpiece. 25 more words