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Rock On, Geek Out

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posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 09:14 PM
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Rock On, Geek Out


blog.the-scientist.com



Are you a geek? Are you chic? Can you rock with the best of them?

Check it out now… in its fourth year, the Geek Pop festival is an annual virtual event showcasing artists inspired by science. A vigorous hybrid of geek-leaning musicians and bona fide scientists moonlighting as musicians play online–and you can listen for free on the web. Some of the tracks can be downloaded for free too...
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posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 09:14 PM
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Artists and geeks unite - you gotta love it!

Check out the lyrics for the video posted above...


Too small for human eyes to see Squeezed into a stellar pea The neutron stars do not burn bright But hide away inside the night

A hundred billion shining stars Flung across the heavens far But neutron stars do not burn bright Crushed away, by gravity’s might

Neutron stars unseen by earthly eyes just ten miles wide Neutron stars so dense they’re heavier than metal

Electrons forced into their core Where protons crowd and join for more The neutron stars do not burn bright But hide away inside the night

The magnetic force is squeezed as well To strengthen up and spit like hell But neutron stars do not burn bright They send radio beams into the night


Art and science used to be entwined more closely. Think daVinci. And the marriage made both disciplines much more accessible to ordinary people.

So yeah. Geek on, Rock out!



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posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 09:39 PM
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Sounds intriguing.

This would almost be like the smashing pumpkins, that went to college.

Instead of melon collie and the infinite sadness, it would be melon collie and the infinite universe.



posted on Mar, 18 2011 @ 09:48 PM
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Including science doesn't only make it only full of wisdom, but even sadder. Like poetry compared to the pumpkins


 
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