Bohemian Rhapsody Reworked as Science Nerd A Capella Work of Genius

By Gary Cutlack on at

US physics student Timothy Blaise has gone rather off-piste when it comes to his coursework, recording a staggering a capella cover version of Bohemian Rhapsody that explains the high-level physics encountered when writing a masters thesis.

Called Bohemian Gravity, Tim's piece kindly puts his lyrics on the screen to make things slightly easier to understand, although talk of Feynman diagrams and Weyl Symmetry goes way beyond the sort of casual science we're taught these days by kindly TV physics teacher Brian Cox.

If you can't understand the physics, you can at least respect the video editing skills. [YouTube via io9]