Timothy Blais decided that completing his master’s thesis — titled “A New Quantization Condition for Parity-Violating Three-Dimensional Gravity” — wasn’t enough of a challenge. So the physics whiz stepped it up with a musical version set to Queen’s classic anthem “Bohemian Rhapsody.”
The cleverly titled “Bohemian Gravity” features brain-flexing science vocabulary set over a background of smooth harmonies. This isn’t Blais’ first scientific tune either — last year, he sang about the Higgs particle to the tune of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.”
“Bohemian Gravity” delves deep into complicated physics references, but even if you don’t understand the science, you can still enjoy the Albert Einstein sock puppet.