actually kinda cool

Symphony of Science offers us this auto-tuned mashup message of hope from Bill Nye, David Attenborough, Richard Alley, and Isaac Asimov singing about the issue of climate change.

Symphony of Science – Our Biggest Challenge (Climate Change Music Video)

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If this thing in Denver doesn’t work out it looks like Peyton Manning and his brother Eli may both have a future as an alternative form of law enforcement.

Football Cops Trailer on DIRECTV

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College Humor presents a very tongue-in-cheek low-tech Battlestar Galactica RPG that is definitely worth a look.

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Lit Motors has designed a fully-enclosed self-balancing electric motorcycle which I’ve got to admit looks pretty damn sweet. It may not be quite as cool as the Monotracer (and I’m unsure if you can get it in yellow), but the price is much more reasonable. The initial run of should be available for about $24,000 by late 2013, with that price dropping to $16,000 in 2014. Those who want to be the first to own one can reserve a C-1 with a $250 deposit.

[via gizmag]

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What happens if you take 70 covers of Adele’s “Rolling In The Deep” and mash them all together? Something kinda cool.

World Covers – Rolling In The Deep – Zapatou via kottke

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Pomplamoose decided to cover the Angry Birds theme, and I’ve decided to share it with all of you. Enjoy!

ANGRY BIRDS theme!!! covered by Pomplamoose

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This fun ‘n catchy little music video comes courtesy of The Pete Walter Band. “Troubling Me” is the debut single for the band which can boast a true international style featuring artists from France, Great Britain, and Brazil capturing the “cultural diversity of the London music scene.” Have a look and listen.

The Pete Walter Band – Troubling Me (official music video)

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Here’s North Ireland’s alternative rock band Two Door Cinema Club with their music video for “What You Know” from their debut album Tourist History.

TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB – WHAT YOU KNOW

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The concept behind Dueling Cameras is simple (and self-explanatory), but this short film by Adam Lisagor and Noah Kalina is worth a quick look.

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Created by Dutch artist Henk Hofstra, “Art Eggcident” demonstrates what it would look like if God threw giant eggs down from the sky. The eight large eggs, all sunny side up, measure almost 100ft each to cover a large swath of Leeuwarden (Netherlands). See more here.

[via My Modern Metropolis]

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