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What better praise can there be for a tribute band than to have your band's inspiration come to one of your shows? Former PBS show host Bill Nye swung by a performance of Colorado band Bill Nye and the Science Guys. He danced, sang, and did everything but explain the greenhouse effect.

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Dueling Banjos performed by dueling Tesla Coils. The power of science!

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Students in a science lab at Imperial College, London, use lab equipment to cover the White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army." They adjusted some of the raw sound in production and added some string instrumentals, but otherwise it's just a group of dudes making music out of machinery and tubing.

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An oldie but goodie! Hank Green of Vlogbrothers explains everything you wanted to know about quantum physics but were too confused to even know what to ask.

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Take that "lower your volume" warning seriously. This video ventures into some very high frequencies in the name of science.

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Science finally proves what music snobs have been saying for years

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Dopamine, "state of arousal," blah blah blah, but what I want to know is why, for the past two weeks, THE ONLY MUSIC I WANT TO LISTEN TO IS FRANK OCEAN (srsly u gaize, it gives you major #basedfeels).

And sometimes we write retarded descriptions to balance out left-brained science videos. Balance!

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Time for your Adorable Singing/Playing Youngster of the Day! This one gamely sings Tom Lehrer's song about the Periodic Table of the Elements. She misses a few, but damn if this isn't a chemist in the making.

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Just don't sing for him that song about misidentifying flying machines in the nighttime sky as shooting stars. Galileo HATES it when you do astronomy wrong.