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Posted at 9:36 AM ET, 01/21/2011

♪♫ Symphony of Science's big bang

By Melissa Bell

The Symphony of Science series, if you're not familiar with it, takes previously recorded scientists and makes them into pop stars with a healthy dose of Auto-Tune. The songs may not fill in for a real science education, but it definitely makes the somewhat stilted subject sound incredibly sexy. When Richard Dawkins sings, "The poetry of the expanding earth, the poetry of the complexity of life," I'm ready to dust off my old biology books. The eighth offering provides a lesson on the big-bang theory:

(Via Daily What)

By Melissa Bell  | January 21, 2011; 9:36 AM ET
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