On which I write about the books I read, science, science fiction, fantasy, and anything else that I want to. Currently trying to read and comment upon every novel that has won the Hugo and International Fantasy awards.
The Symphony of Science is the creation of John D. Boswell, who goes by the user name melodysheep on YouTube. The project uses autotune software to craft songs out of speeches and interviews given by prominent scientists. In general, the scientists highlighted are already passionate and eloquent - Carl Sagan, Neil deGrasse Tyson, David Attenborough, Richard Feynman, Jane Goodall, and Jill Bolte, all expounding on subjects ranging from the creation of the universe, to the evolution of life, to our place in the cosmos, and what our future might look like. If you don't like autotuned voices, then these songs aren't for you. On the other hand, they are filled with the wonder and hope engendered by the joy of science and discovery as told by people who have dedicated their lives to those causes.