365 Days a go-go

365 Days a go-go

365 Days a go-go

Bad Astronomy
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Feb. 5 2009 8:00 AM

365 Days a go-go

I love George Hrab. He cracks me up. He's funny, erudite, can put four Ecuadorean cupcakes in his mouth at once, sings awesome songs, and makes baldness teh hawt.

He also loves science, and that endears him to me even more.

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He loves it so much, in fact, that he graciously wrote the theme song to 365 Days of Astronomy, the year-long daily podcast for the International Year of Astronomy. The podcast is created by you: anyone who wants to talk about astronomy and can record their voice.

The theme on the podcast site was abridged for time reasons, but now George has made available the whole darn thing. Give it a listen. It's cool.

"And haven't caused your ticker too much ventrical resistance" Wow. How can you not love lyrics like that?

And honestly, how many people do you know who can shoot fire out of their head?