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Symphony Of Science: A Wave Of Reason

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This is the seventh installment in the auto-tuned Symphony of Science series, entitled A Wave of Reason. It's not my favorite in the series, but it's still far better than anything you'd see on MTV. Also, absolutely anything else, including whatever's on Lifetime. And that's saying a lot. You know, about menopause and stuff.

[A Wave of Reason] is intended to promote scientific reasoning and skepticism in the face of growing amounts of pseudoscientific pursuits, such as Astrology and Homeopathy, and also to promote the scientific worldview as equally enlightening as religion. It features Carl Sagan, Bertrand Russell, Sam Harris, Michael Shermer, Lawrence Krauss, Carolyn Porco, Richard Dawkins, Richard Feynman, Phil Plait, and James Randi.

So I was screwing around with SpectrumWorx over the weekend and actually tried turning a drunken voicemail I left myself (reminding me to burn the pants that I was wearing) into an autotuned song. Then I Hulk-smashed my laptop for making me sound like a robot. Which, true story, is like the third time that's happened. This month.

Hit the jump to get your auto-tuned learn on.

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Thanks to Androly-San, qazzquimby and Rob, who once auto-tuned a recording of them ordering in the Taco Bell drive-thru. It reached #69 on the Billboard Top 100.

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