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McGill student behind 'Bohemian Gravity' returns with awesome Lion King-inspired ‘Surface of Light’
By
Jennifer Van Evra

Published

April 16, 2015

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He created one of the most memorable Bohemian Rhapsody covers ever created — and in the process not only explained particle physics, but gained legions of followers.

Now McGill physics grad student Tim Blais has returned with "Surface of Light," a hilarious scientific twist on the Lion King track, "Circle of Life."

In the process, he talks about the origins of the universe, the Big Bang, gravity and the surface of light.

It's not exactly a replacement for a Ph.D in physics, but it's an incredibly entertaining, and impressively geeky start.