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Desc:By the guy who did the Carl Sagan autotune song
Category:Educational, Science & Technology
Tags:bill nye, SCIENCE!, carl sagan, Autotune infinity
Submitted:Anonymous
Date:10/19/09
Views:2669
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Comment count is 29
Dicknuts - 2009-10-19
My God, it's filled with stars.
Dicknuts - 2009-10-19
yes, FILLED

kennydra - 2009-10-19
billions and billions of specks
KnowFuture - 2009-10-19
Though it makes me cringe whenever a person of science uses the vague quantifier "billions" (I guess in my mind a scientist would always give an actual number), I can't rate anything with Richard Feynman and/or Carl Sagan in it any lower than a 5.
kennydra - 2009-10-19
"I never said it. Honest. Oh, I said there are maybe 100 billion galaxies and 10 billion trillion stars. It's hard to talk about the Cosmos without using big numbers. I said 'billion' many times on the Cosmos television series, which was seen by a great many people. But I never said 'billions and billions.' For one thing, it's imprecise. How many billions are 'billions and billions'? A few billion? Twenty billion? A hundred billion? 'Billions and billions' is pretty vague... For a while, out of childish pique, I wouldn't utter the phrase, even when asked to. But I've gotten over that. So, for the record, here it goes: 'Billions and billions.' " -carl sagan

Comatose2 - 2009-10-20
really now, when you're talking about the number of stars and galaxies in our universe you've done well to be accurate to within one or two orders of magnitude.

bopeton - 2009-10-20
Maybe he was talking about Bill Nye who said it clearly in this video.

Regardless, I like these. Maybe some day everyone will stop being a bunch of stupid cunts.

Comatose2 - 2009-10-19
Astrophysics needs no autotune.

Of course, it doesn't NOT need autotune either, so 100 billion stars (plus or minus 100 billion and five).
Goofy Gorilla - 2009-10-20
Auto-tune practically is astrophysics, fool. Don't you know where the Fourier transform came from?

fluffy - 2009-10-20
This isn't even autotune, this is vocoder. (Which also involves a lot of Fourier transforms.)

Ashenblade - 2009-10-19
For once, I don't mind the anonymous submitter. It makes this seem like a gift from POETV itself. Like finding a present on your doorstep with no name.
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-10-20
People like Carl Sagan and Bill Nye should have holidays named after them.

They will soon enough. Mark my words.
citrusmirakel - 2009-10-21
Well, get to work.

ProfessorChaos - 2009-10-20
Science is Poetry.
kingarthur - 2009-10-20
Like, total zen, man. Seriously.
pastorofmuppets - 2009-10-20
have you HEARD this

(I know only one published scientist, and she claims to have never seen Cosmos. Now that's some bullshit.)
And Then Explosions - 2009-10-20
That's it, I've gotta subscribe to this guy's channel.

I would buy a whole album of this.
And Then Explosions - 2009-10-20
SPOKE TOO SOON.

This is the start of something awesome. http://www.symphonyofscience.com./

andyweak - 2009-10-20
ok is this the same guy that does the autotune news?

I tend to favor this one because of Carl Sagan...billions and billions. awesome!!!


Rudy - 2009-10-20
I giving this a five even though it makes Bill Nye look disconcertingly like Ad Rock.
glasseye - 2009-10-20
Wonderful.
smoothbrain - 2009-10-20
fucking awesome
jxl - 2009-10-20
This is a no-brainer 5 star because at 2:45 I think I heard Feynman playing the bongos and chanting "orange juice."
pastorofmuppets - 2009-10-20
http://www.poetv.com/video.php?vid=62895

One of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

engrish muffin - 2009-10-21
We have traveled this way before, but there is much to be learned.
Squeamish - 2009-10-21
These things always cheer me up; every time I think the human race is just a day away from total cockroach-infested annihilation, I come across one of these videos and think "well, maybe it's not so bad."
megaspy2000 - 2009-10-21
this is amazing
Spider Jerusalem - 2009-10-22
:'D
Lies, lies, LIES! - 2009-10-23
I hope this person keeps going: these are hymns that speak to me.
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