(which includes lyrics)
McGill University graduate Tim Blais is switching from theoretical physics to music — and there’s no better way to mark the career transition than making a “Bohemian Rhapsody” video parody about string theory that’s rockin’ the Internet.
The 23-year-old Blais (pronounced like “blay”) .. says…
“Every shirt is an instrument — all the red shirts are guitar … the yellow shirt is a low bass,”
Blais has just finished up his master’s degree program at McGill, and he says he’s putting academia aside for a while. “I’ve been in school all my life so I’m switching gears and being a musician this year!” he tweeted. And that career choice is just fine by McGill theoretical physicist Alex Maloney, Blais’ faculty adviser.
a capella science
this isn’t (doesn’t need to be ) rare.
imagine – facilitating authenticity…
finding all the geniuses inside.. waiting to be seen/heard/loved.
and imagine if we called – facilitating curiosity – school – in the city – as the day?
7 billion such researchers/entrepreneurs/happy people.. no?