BohemianGravity

Hardcore science explained to the tune of Bohemian Rhapsody


Tim Blais is a Canadian university student studying towards a Master’s degree in theoretical physics. He’s also a huge fan of a capella singing, and, apparently, video editing if his short series of YouTube videos are anything to go by.

Tim’s latest video is simply incredible: it’s a cover of Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody, done completely a capella by Tim and Tim alone, and most amazingly he has written his own lyrics that explain some pretty complicated theoretical physics. Tim’s version is called Bohemian Gravity, and the video is nothing short of a master-work of geek culture meeting mainstream music.

Here at htxt.africa, we’re simply blown away by Tim’s talent and genius. If you enjoy his video, head over to his Facebook page and give him a Like, or buy this tune from iTunes… or both!

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