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Desc:Sagan autotuned. This is pleasing.
Category:Science & Technology
Tags:stephen hawking, carl sagan, cosmos, autotune
Submitted:Wheelie McJesus
Date:09/23/09
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Comment count is 44
phalsebob - 2009-09-23
I imagine he smoke a few from time to time. Perhaps I'll smoke one with Carl Sagan and Bob Ross in Valhalla.
Wheelie McJesus - 2009-09-23
Oh, he most surely did.
http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Carl_Sagan#Mr._X_.281969.29

spencer - 2009-09-23
I love this.
dora's cough - 2009-09-23
This touches me in all of the correct spots.
glasseye - 2009-09-23
Perfect.
Goethe and ernie - 2009-09-23
This has made me very very happy.
chumbucket - 2009-09-23
this is a perfect match of my overall impression of the Cosmos series
Tstyle - 2009-09-23
Billions of stars
ihounokyaku - 2009-09-26
My thoughts exactly.

The Mothership - 2011-11-13
Billyunns and billyunns.

TSR - 2012-03-17
In the cosmuss.

And Then Explosions - 2009-09-24
I am currently deleting all of my porn and replacing each file with a copy of this.
ArgonautCock - 2009-09-24
There was a time in my life without this video.
babachu - 2009-09-24
I bet he would be sad about the direction things are heading. If only we could have the world that he tried to share...
citrusmirakel - 2009-09-24
"I worry that, especially as the Millennium edges nearer, pseudo-science and superstition will seem year by year more tempting, the siren song of unreason more sonorous and attractive."

He saw it coming.

Billy the Poet - 2009-09-25
I wasn't going to comment, but I've noticed that we've already pushed this up to the slot below Kirk Cameron's hatchet job on "On the Origin of Species."

You bunch of dweeby Romantics.

pastorofmuppets - 2009-09-28
Yo Carl, I'm really happy for you and I'ma let you finish, but 5 second films had the best 5 second film of all time!

citrusmirakel - 2009-09-24
I do believe the Flaming Lips have just been served.
minimalist - 2009-09-24
Perfect.
Lies, lies, LIES! - 2009-09-26
I feel bad that I didn't understand how incredible this guy was when he was still with us. The appearance of MC Hawking really ties the track together.

"And the water seems inviting."



GlennFinito - 2009-09-27
Feat. MC Hawking
Man Who Fights Like Woman - 2009-09-27
I'm glad autotune has good uses in addition to its legion evil ones.
pastorofmuppets - 2009-09-28
I'm writing down my location so that in ten years I can tell random people, "yeah, I still remember where I was the first time I heard the Sagan autotune."
phydeaux - 2009-09-28
I can't give billions upon billions of stars so here's 5
Slagathor - 2009-09-29
Awesome.
Squeamish - 2009-09-29
I believe I have been Enlightened.
engrish muffin - 2009-09-30
My very first crush... Mr. Sagan. And in such a beautiful thing.
Xiphias - 2009-09-30
that's nice
Gojira1000 - 2009-09-30
Bonus of being old - saw and appreciated these when they came out. Carl is always 5.

phalsebob - 2009-10-05
I saw Cosmos when it first aired when I was 6 or thereabouts, at my parents friends' house. They partied in the basement, and I sat upstairs with chips and pop alone with Mr. Sagan and billions of stars. I stayed up waaay past my bedtime, and I made it abundantly clear to my parents that I was going to watch every episode of this, bedtime be damned.

happy_ending - 2009-10-01
That was pretty glorious.
kennydra - 2009-10-01
This is the best thing. I want to give the person who made this a huge hug. Made my day.
Bisekrankas - 2009-10-02
This is great, now iI need to look into the Galaxy.
Thundercougarfalconbird - 2009-10-02
This nearly brought me to tears. Seriously.
Slagathor - 2009-10-13
crikey!
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-10-17
Beautiful.
bopeton - 2009-10-20
For me, his optimism only throws into contrast the current state of the education of an average American.

I wish I could get hope from this, but I only get fear for what will happen with the lights of reason and curiosity finally go out.


The McK - 2009-10-22
Fucking chills.
HURF BLURF DUH - 2009-10-22
I choose to believe that for every one now alive who would look at this and go NA NA NA NA POT SMOKING LIBERAL GOD WARRIOR RAAARRR there are fifty, a hundred, who can still be reached.
Hooper_X - 2009-11-17
Required viewing.
oogaBooga - 2009-11-23
Bwoop! Ah-ah.
j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-11-29
A still more glorious dawn awaits.
Not a sunrise,
but a galaxy rise.

A morning filled with
Four hundred billion suns
The rising of the Milky Way...
Anaxagoras - 2010-04-09
Way late to the party, but... that was nice.
hentaiwolf - 2010-07-08
Yes.
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