tags: CERN’s Large Hadron Supercollider, physics, music, streaming video
It is predicted that the world will end at 3am ET when CERN’s Large Hadron Supercollider was turned on, creating a giant black hole that will suck the earth into it, destroying everything. Since we still exist, I guess it’s time to sing a little, right? [4:49]
There has been a lot of interest in the original mp3, lyrics, and vocals for remixing. You can find all that here.
Images came from:
particlephysics.ac.uk, space.com, the Institute of Physics, NASA, Symmetry, and Marvel
The talented dancers doubled as camera people, with some work by Neil Dixon. Stock footage is CERN’s.
Will Barras is responsible for the killa beats.
And thanks to MC Hawking, who first thought of using computer-voice to bring Stephen Hawking to the world of rap.
The rapper has a day job (we agree this is a good thing) as a science writer.
They’ll have a lot of data to sort. 15 million GB per year, actually. Want to get involved and donate your computer’s downtime? Try LHC@home.