White Stripes' "Seven Nation Army" recreated with the sounds of science
(CBS) - It's mid-afternoon on a Friday, so time for a nice musical interlude... for science! What's that, you say? How can you possibly find a way to mix science and music into one awesome and amazing post, Will? The above video is how, check it out.
The geeky-cool musical video entitled "Science Nation Army" was posted by the Inside Knowledge team who write about it:
If you'd like to read more about this video, you can read an article by the Inside Knowledge team by clicking here or can check out more of their YouTube videos by clicking here.
Using real footage and sounds from a working science lab, the Inside Knowledge team have reconstructed the White Stripes song Seven Nation Army from scratch.
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