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The reading of a scientific paper can’t be undertaken half-heartedly, or with one eye on Twitter. It requires absolute focus and an absence of distractions. People offering you cups of tea and the postman turning up in the results section just won’t do. And you probably don’t want Lady Gaga singing ra ra ah ah ah roma roma ma at you either.
But is there a genre of music that you can listen to whilst reading hardcore science papers? Is classical the only option? Does it have to be instrumental? Or can you happily hum along to Dizzee Rascal whilst tackling quantum physics?
We want to know. So we’ve created a Spotify list called “Music to read scientific papers to“. Add your suggestions in the comments below and we’ll add them to our list. We might even play one or two in the next podcast.
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In this month’s show, we ponder EVIL science, find out why the moon isn’t really *that* silvery (despite what Little Richard might say) and temporarily lose our jobs to some students.
MIXCLOUD: Don’t forget, you can now listen online via MixCloud, where you’ll get full-length tracks for all the songs we play in the ordinary podcasted version. But if you want to download the show and run around with it, you’ll need good ol’ iTunes.
Thanks to The Standards for letting us into their home to record this month’s live session. It includes not just one but TWO tracks, if you listen online. The second is even a world exclusive! Blimey, get us. Ooh, and their new single ‘Like a Heart Attack‘ is out now.
As always, you’ll find links below to download the tracks on our playlist via iTunes. Or there’s a Spotify list for November here.
The Astronomer’s Love Song – Andrew Pontzen
Live session: The Standards (extended version here)
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