This series is not just about people or places that are on Twitter, but interesting stories, facts, even websites that I discovered because of the social networking site. Symphony of Science is one example of this (though I have found out that they are, actually, on Twitter as well).
Symphony of Science is a project that employs excellent editing; combining music with speeches and interviews from the likes of Carl Sagan, Stephen Hawking, David Attenborough, Jane Goodall and many more to create beautiful science-themed music videos.
I love science, even though I’ve never been very good at it. Maybe it’s the geek in me, but I just find it fascinating! These videos just reinforce, to me, how interesting, beautiful and all encompassing science can be. The pieces fuel that love; they always inspire me and make me want to learn more. The project has an excellent premise and goal, and I hope the creators are able to continue putting out these well produced videos for a long time to come!
Even if you don’t enjoy science quite as much as I do, please check out at least one of the videos. I’ve embedded one below, but you can view more at their website or their YouTube channel.
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This is one in a series of posts about great finds discovered on Twitter.