Friday, May 30, 2014

IDA - Darwinius massilae

How about a science lesson on a Friday evening? Yes?

Check out The Science Slam Sonic Explorers, and here is how they describe themselves:

"The Science Slam Sonic Explorers group was formed in 2013 to produce audio realizations of scientific concepts explained to a mass audience.

Mission: To bring science concepts and new ideas to the populace at large in language they understand combined with music they can dance to!"

Today´s topic: The controversy behind the Earth's most magnificently preserved primate fossil: 47 million years old IDA, as described by Norwegian scientist Jørn Harald Hurum.
The music is by Gator Bait Ten.

Read the text over at YouTube.

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