Tag Archives: Tim Blais

A Capella Science – Animalia Chorus

A Capella Science – Animalia Chorus. Tim Blais of A Capella Science has once again created a great tune, mixing up science education into a memorable song, all wrapped inside his unique take on videos (him and his head everywhere!). … Continue reading

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A Capella Science – Puffed Up Cores!

A Capella Science – Puffed Up Cores! Love it! Great video, great effects (including a power drunk black hole), great tune. The chorus is so well done. All the other stars with their puffed up cores, they better run, better run, … Continue reading

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A Capella Science – All About That Base (No Acid)

A Capella Science – All About That Base (No Acid). These A Capella Science videos are too good not to share. This time, Tim Blais has created a chemistry parody of All About That Bass, and it’s amazing. I ain’t … Continue reading

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A Capella Science – The Surface Of Light!

A Capella Science – The Surface of Light. A brilliant Lion King parody by Tim Blais. It works so well! Cosmic microwave background, radiation, waves, inflation, cosmos, Planck and BICEP2… incredible. Looking for inflation in the cosmos. Onwards!

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A Capella Science – Pluto Mars – Outbound Probe

A Capella Science – Pluto Mars – Outbound Probe. A simply amazing tune by A Capella Science. It’s all about the New Horizons probe and Pluto. NASA released some new images today, of a close-up of the surface of Pluto, … Continue reading

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A Capella Science – Bohemian Gravity

A Capella Science – Bohemian Gravity. Following on from the brilliant Rolling in the Higgs, Tim Blais has created another wonderful parody, this time of Queen‘s Bohemian Rhapsody. In it, he tries to explain what string theory is. It’s… complicated. … Continue reading

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