Rapping physics in the Bathtub

Now it’s gone big time, with NPR’s Morning Edition and Pharyngula on the bandwagon, remember you saw the Large Hadron Collider Rap second here at Millard Fillmore’s Bathtub.

You saw it first at Tommaso Dorigo’s A Quantum Diaries Survivor.

Geography teachers, have you figured out how to use this in your classrooms yet?

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2 Responses to Rapping physics in the Bathtub

  1. Tom says:

    Eeek. Should look more closely at the dates before I post. One day after my esteemed host. I genuflect.



  2. Tom says:

    Actually — perhaps, you saw it second here: http://inversesquare.wordpress.com/2008/08/31/more-sunday-blogging-who-said-physicists-cant-dance/

    I can’t say I caught on as fast as Tommaso Dorigo — but I was there, man, I was there.


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