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They Might Be Giants: Science is Real

Oh, what the hell. Here are the other videos from their new album:

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Rebecca Watson

Rebecca is a writer, speaker, YouTube personality, and unrepentant science nerd. In addition to founding and continuing to run Skepchick, she hosts Quiz-o-Tron, a monthly science-themed quiz show and podcast that pits comedians against nerds. There is an asteroid named in her honor.

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  1. Mmm, love They Might Be Giants. My favorite’s Meet the Elements, but I am a TA for an introductory chemistry lab so I’m biased.

    We need more of this sort of thing.

  2. Oh by the way… just went to purchase on Amazon and the usual ass-clowns are beginning to post negative comments about the music because of it’s anti-religious pro-science message. So if anyone buys the CD/DVD special deal on Amazon please help to balance out the comment reviews. :)

  3. I had this preordered, so it arrived yesterday and I watched with my daughter last night. On the second time through, she came up to me and yelled, “Science is good!” Mission accomplished.

  4. My favorite thing about this album is that they did research to make sure it was accurate. They found out that their older song about the sun contained some inaccuracies.

  5. I heard three of these songs on the TWIS podcast the other day and loved them. Always liked TMBG when I hear them on the radio, and I may finally buy an album.

  6. I love it. I saw them live a long time ago and they were slightly annoying because they made fun of “Canary in a coal mine” by saying “We never get tired of this one” sarcastically. But I heard an interview with them on this album and it sounds like they’ve grown up a bit and are excited to make a science album for their kids (and other peoples kids.)

    Good stuff.

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