If you’ve got a sister, why not turn her into a musical instrument?
Dorit Chrysler seems to be on top of the theremin world today. Also, airplanes. And fingertips.
SONG: “High Desert.” [Download]
SOURCE: Based on “All Dressed Up For Mars And Nowhere To Go“, Medium, 9 November 2014, as used in the post “Red Planet dreams: what it takes to sign up for a one-way mission….”
ABSTRACT: This is one of those songs where […]
SONG: “Forget.” [Download]
SOURCE: Based on “Manipulating memory with light: Scientists erase specific memories in mice“, Science Daily, 9 October 2014, as used in the post “We can un-remember for you, wholesale. (With light.)”
ABSTRACT: It’s oblivion season here at the Guild, I guess. Happens […]
Washington Post reveals a secret scientific conspiracy to sneak as many Bob Dylan lyrics into publications as possible:
While writing an article about intestinal gasses 17 years ago, Karolinska Institute researchers John Lundberg and Eddie Weitzberg couldn’t resist a punny title: “Nitric Oxide and inflammation: The answer is blowing in the wind”.
Thus began their descent […]
SONG: “Could You Tell Me Your Name?” [Download]
SOURCE: Based on“Anxiety and sleeping pills ‘linked to dementia’”, BBC News, 9 September 2014, as used in the post “Worried? Trouble sleeping? Congrats, you might have a higher risk of Alzheimer’s.”
ABSTRACT: For the first week of September, […]
SONG: “Rosetta.” [Download] (To download: http://guildofscientifictroubadours.com/choons/grant-Rosetta2.mp3 )
SOURCE: Based on “‘We’re in orbit!’ Rosetta becomes first spacecraft to orbit comet”, CNN, 6 Aug 2014, as used in the post “Rosetta is orbiting a comet right now.”
ABSTRACT: This isn’t *really* a song about a friend’s child. It’s […]
SONG: “Step Into The Sky.” [Download] (To download: double right-click & “Save As”)
SOURCE: Based on “A new raptorial dinosaur with exceptionally long feathering provides insights into dromaeosaurid flight performance”, Nature Communications, 15 July 2014, as used in the post “A: Prehistory’s largest micro-raptor. (Four […]