Photo credit: Jill Bolte Taylor Ode To The Brain! is a song that unravels some of the mysteries of the brain’s inner workings.
Photo credit: Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s quote We Are All Connected is a great song that focuses on the commonality of ALL humans, really of ALL living things.
Photo credit: melodysheep The Poetry of Reality is an anthem that looks at the nature of science and its importance for both the individual and the human community. I like using these short videos as brain breaks and to get them excited about science and the world of possibilities.
Photo credit: melodysheep Beyond the Horizon is a song that works to inspire scientists and astronauts to pursue distant space travel, and the explorations of the Universe, for improved understanding of the world around us.
Photo credit: melodysheep Monsters Of The Cosmos demonstrates the monstrous dangers of the black holes that are roaming around the cosmos.
Photo credit: Neil Armstrong Blue & Beautiful is a song that shares some of Neil Armstrong’s thoughts about the Earth, which is a unique perspective, as he is one of the few who has experienced seeing the Earth from the moon.
Photo credit: Melodysheep Waves Of Light is a song that celebrates the importance of light in understanding the history of the Universe. I like to use the short video clips as inspirational brain breaks that foster wonder and interest in learning about the various fields of science.
Photo credit: Melodysheep Secret Of The Stars is a song that shares the relationship between space, time, and gravity. It also describes the eloquent nature and significance of the formula E=mc^2.
Photo credit: Morgan Freeman from Through the Wormhole The Quantum World is a song that looks at the nature of atoms and sub-atomic particles. Melodysheep has taken video clips from Morgan Freeman, Stephen Hawking, Michio Kaku, Brian Cox, Richard Feynman, and Frank Close, and combined them with music to celebrate our current understanding of quantum […]
Photo credit: acapellascience LIGO Feel That Space is a song that celebrates the discovery of gravitational waves. This song is a parody of Can’t Feel My Face from The Weeknd.