Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Weter Lecture Video

Allright, now it's out for real: the Weter Lecture video has been edited and placed on iTunesU.

Here's the link. At the bottom of the page you should see "The Chemical Constraints on Creation."

The history of the universe in 90 minutes. For free. What a bargain.

Now, the one drawback to this version is that they had to edit out my musical introductions to each song (blasted copyright law ... ). But you probably have them in your head already! Here they are:

Song One: Opening CRASH and Theme of Star Wars
Song Two: Richard Wagner's "Fire" motif from the Ring Cycle
Song Three: "Come Together" by the Beatles
Song Four: "The Aquarium" by Camille Saen-Saens
Song Five: "I'm working on a building for my Lord" old standard by Mike Roe and the 77's
Song Six: "Breathe, breathe in the air" by Pink Floyd from Dark Side of the Moon
Song Seven: "I can hear music, sweet, sweet music" by the Beach Boys

Now they can't copyright the music in your head!

Anyway, if you listen, let me know what you think.

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