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A mainly one-person band featuring strong vocals and guitar back-up, playing a variety of songs in a rock, folk, and pop blend. The songs range from science ner
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Ponderings about where the universe came from
A semi-humorous song about Einstein's special relativity (travel near the speed of light) and general relativity (strong gravity). Written for science students but fun for all sentient beings in the cosmos!
A punk-rock protest to the prospects of a deterministic universe in which we have no free will
A hot song with a Latin beat about the jets of blazars, which are quasars whose jets have near-light flow speeds in a direction almost directly toward us, beaming their radiation into our line of sight. Many innuendos based on scientific terms.
A rousing song about our ultimate history that started with the Big Bang. Goes through stages of the Big Bang as the key gets lower and lower, signifying the cooling of the universe and therefore the lower average frequency of its light.
This song about the mystery of time revolves around a pun between the usual meaning of 'timeless' as being eternal and 'timeless' as being out of time.
If we trash the Earth with global warming and deaths of species, there's no other hospitable place in the Solar System. Targeted to politicians who cater to businessmen whose only priority is short-term gain.
Reminds us that we are descendents of the Big Bang, stars that exploded, and dust.
Another cosmic love song from Cosmos II
Lively song about a lover that sends chills down your spine
Short ditty complaining about the conversion of images of real life into digitized form.
Analogy between the new year and a siren of ancient myth. As the new year begins, we are enticed by it. Although we may understand that our ship will eventually be wrecked, we can defer that until later, and we allow ourselves to be seduced.
Blues song about the seemingly endless winter
Bluesy song about how many of us are working all the time, with too little time to play