Tesseracts and the Rosetta Stone

This is a nifty story: Nearly 14 years ago, Neal Yeager recorded a song that was inspired by his heroes Carl Sagan and James Randi. Thanks to the magic of the Internet, the song has been “rediscovered” and it’s getting a lot of play on online radio stations.

Check it out — it’s easy to tell why people are enjoying it: [Read more…]

GZA Raps About the Big Bang Theory

Add this to your List of Albums You Never Knew You Wanted Until Now: The Wu-Tang Clan’s GZA is about to release a solo album called “Dark Matter” on which he raps about… well… just watch:

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Tim Minchin Performs ‘Thank You God’

Tim Minchin doesn’t post videos of all of his songs so that live audiences can see new material, but he just posted a version of his song “Thank You God” as an Easter present to his fans :)

Enjoy! (Warning: NSFW lyrics)

And in case you’d like the lyrics

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Atheist Instrumentalist Releases Album with All Proceeds Going to Charity

Nym, a “triphop/hiphop instrumentalist,” has just released an album called “Trembling in the Stone

I was listening to several of the tracks last night and they were totally unlike anything I ever listen to — and I mean that in a good way. This track below was all sorts of awesome: [Read more…]

The New Yorker Profiles ‘Secular Gadfly’ Tim Minchin

It’s about time the man got some recognition like this.

In the upcoming issue of The New Yorker, Michael Schulman profiles singer/songwriter and secular hero Tim Minchin:

Unfortunately, the article is behind a paywall, but the profile gives him the praise he deserves (while offering a few jabs at atheists in the process): [Read more…]


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