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Why you can’t go faster than light (with equations) – Sixty Symbols
Featuring Professor Mike Merrifield from the University of Nottingham.\nGamma Trilogy: http://bit.ly/Gamma3\nMore links and info below ↓ ↓ ↓\n\nDiscuss on Brady’s subreddit: https://redd.it/7eh36t\n\nProf Merrifield on Objectivity exploring a map of the galaxy: https://youtu.be/PccGklgNlHs \n\nVisit our website at http://www.sixtysymbols.com/\nWe’re on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/sixtysymbols\nAnd Twitter at http://twitter.com/sixtysymbols\nThis project features scientists from The University of Nottingham\nhttp://bit.ly/NottsPhysics\n\nPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/sixtysymbols\n\nSixty Symbols videos by Brady Haran\nhttp://www.bradyharanblog.com\n\nEmail list: http://eepurl.com/YdjL9\n\nMinute Physics: https://www.youtube.com/user/minutephysics
Imagine – John Lennon & The Plastic Ono Band (w the Flux Fiddlers) (official music video HD long v)
Imagine – The Ultimate Collection – the audio box set: http://bit.ly/imagine-ult\nImagine John Yoko – the definitive book: http://bit.ly/imaginejohnyoko\nImagine film remastered – BluRay/DVD: http://bit.ly/ImagineGST-Amazon \n\nIMAGINE\nImagine there’s no heaven, it’s easy if you try\nNo hell below us, above us only sky\nImagine all the people living for today…\n\nImagine there’s no countries, it isn’t hard to do\nNothing to kill or die for, and no religion too\nImagine all the people living life in peace…\n\nImagine no possessions, I wonder if you can\nNo need for greed or hunger – a brotherhood of man\nImagine all the people sharing all the world… \n\nYou may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one\nI hope someday you’ll join us and the world will live as one\n\nwritten by John Lennon \u0026 Yoko Ono \n\nABOUT IMAGINE\nJohn: ‘Imagine’ is a song conceived in my head without melody. The first verse came to me very quickly in the form of a childlike street chant ‘da da da da da dee dee da dee da ee a eeeh’. The piano intro I’ve had hanging around in my head for a few years – the chords and melody followed naturally from this. \n\nThe middle eight was ‘conceived’ to finish off the song. I think it works as a song. Of course, there is always room for improvement – otherwise I wouldn’t make any more. The third verse came to me in an eight-seater plane. It’s a song for children.\n\nYoko: ‘Cloud Piece’: ‘Imagine the clouds dripping, dig a hole in your garden to put them in.’ This is not a piece of poetry. Poetry to me is nouns or adjectives. This is verbs. And you have to do them. These are all instructions and when you just do it, then you start to understand it.\n\nJohn: ‘Imagine’ was inspired by Yoko’s Grapefruit. There’s a lot of pieces in it saying like ‘Imagine this’ or ‘Imagine that’. If you get a copy of Grapefruit and look through, you’ll see where I was influenced by her. ‘Imagine’ could never have been written without her. And I know she helped on a lot of the lyrics but I wasn’t man enough to let her have credit for it. So that song was actually written by John \u0026 Yoko, but I was still selfish enough and unaware enough to take her contribution without acknowledging it. The song itself expresses what I’d learned through being with Yoko and my own feelings on it. It should really have said ‘Lennon/Ono’ on that song, because she contributed a lot of that song.\n\nAlan White (drummer): Every song we did on Imagine, John would make us read the lyrics and insist that we understood the meaning of the song before started playing it. That had quite an impact for me.\n\nKlaus Voormann (bass): When we played ‘Imagine’ and heard the lyrics, the possibility that this was going to be such a big song was apparent. It definitely was. I even thought I didn’t want to play on it because it was so amazing with just John playing piano. It was so true and honest. That would have been enough. I hope you’ve got a version of just John playing it.\n\nPhil McDonald (engineer): ‘Imagine’ was one of the easiest tracks to record, almost all live, in a few takes. We mixed the track at Tittenhurst and Phil Spector added strings on top of the stereo tape in the USA.\n\nYoko: John and I were both artists and we were living together, so we inspired each other. And the song ‘Imagine’ embodied what we believed together at the time. John and I met – he comes from the West and I come from the East – and still we are together. We have this oneness and ‘the whole world would eventually become one’ is the sense that we will all be café-au-lait colour and we will all be very happy together. All these instructions are for people for how to spend eternity, because we have lots of time.\n\nJohn: If you can imagine a world of peace, if you can imagine a world with no denominations of religion – not without religion, whatever religion is – but without this divisive ‘My god is bigger than your god’ business…. Then, if you can imagine the possibility, then it can be true.\n\nYoko: ‘Imagine’ is a complete vision. A succinct bible of truth. It will start to unfold as you believe in it. The film? Well, it just happened naturally. I was well aware of the symbolism of everything – closing and then opening the shutters to let the light in. It’s rather personal, but I had a definite reason why I smiled at the end, in addition to loving being next to John.\n\nImagine The Ultimate Collection: Explore and enjoy the IMAGINE album and the 1971 Ascot Sound Studios \u0026 Record Plant Sessions like you’ve never seen or heard them before.\n\nFind out more: http://imaginejohnyoko.com\nVideo from Lennon Legend DVD: http://bit.ly/lenleg \nJL Videos on iTunes: http://apple.co/2hIilCu\n\nhttp://www.johnlennon.com
Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word – Blue feat. Elton John | Karaoke Version | KaraFun
Download MP3: https://www.karaoke-version.com/mp3-backingtrack/blue/sorry-seems-to-be-the-hardest-word.html\n\r\nSing Online: https://www.karafun.com/karaoke/blue/sorry-seems-to-be-the-hardest-word/\r\n\n\r\n* This version contains a low volume vocal guide to help you learn the song. The karaoke version without the vocal guide is available on www.karafun.com. This recording is a cover of Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word as made famous by Blue feat. Elton John – This version is not the original version, and is not performed by Blue feat. Elton John. This instrumental/playback version contains a vocal guide, the lyrics and backing vocals.\r\n\n\r\nAll the assets on KaraFun channels are used by permission under licensing agreement with rights holders (music composition, sound re-recording).
Sub Urban – Cradles [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]
MERCH \u0026 ANNOUNCEMENTS: https://www.thatsuburban.com\nListen to \”Cradles\” now: https://suburban.lnk.to/Cradles\nListen to Sub Urban’s debut EP, “Thrill Seeker”, out now: https://suburban.lnk.to/ThrillSeeker\n\nFollow Sub Urban:\nInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thatsuburban/\nTwitter: https://twitter.com/thatSubUrban\nTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@thatsuburban\nFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/thatSubUrban/\nSpotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7gXb99Sf9nNmpNYeAgIQFG?si=yjYjkA4NQzGqEYDeQihTsQ\nApple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/sub-urban/429426385\n\nCredits:\nDirector – Andrew Donoho\n\nStory \u0026 Creative Direction: Sub Urban\n \nProducer – Steven Taylor\nExecutive Producer – Ryan Huffman \nProduction Company – Huffman Creative \nSupervising Producer – Luke Arreguin \nProduction Manager – Katie Sarrels\n \nLabel – Warner Records Inc.\nVideo Commissioner – Devin Sarno\nA\u0026R – Stefan Max\nArtist Photographer – Aaron Weiss\n \nCinematographer – Niko Wiesnet \n1st AC – Owen Patry\n2nd AC – Morgan Gardiner\n \n1st AD – Joe Suarez\n2nd AD – Adam Johnson\n \nGaffer – Skott Khuu \nBBE – Amber Jones\nElectric – Vassily Maximillian\n \nKey Grip – Eduardo Barraza \nBBG – Josh Markvan \nGrip – JP Bennett\nGrip – Zac Donnor \n \nProduction Designer – Morgan Gillio\nSet Dresser – Dustin Bradley\nSet Dresser – Jereme Wood\nSet Dresser – Kilby Rodell\nArt Assistant – Chris Rose\n \nStylist – Christina Flanery\nStylist Assistant – Jenna Helfant\nHair – Brittany Sugar\nMakeup – Fara Conley\n \nDance Choreographer – Erin Murray \n \nProduction Assistant – Will Anderson\nProduction Assistant – Andrew Bowman\nProduction Assistant – Jack Clarke\nProduction Assistant – Katrina Santana\nProduction Assistant – John Paul Bonin\n \nDancer – Stephanie Kim\nPedestrian – Casey Roxas\nPedestrian – Felix Perez\nFuneral Goer – Jayson Lee\nFuneral Goer – Lana Gukina\nFuneral Goer – Marc Hertle\nFuneral Goer – Osama Ellahib\nFuneral Goer – Mantha Balourdou\nFuneral Goer – Jessica Taylor\nFuneral Goer – Kazu Ribeiro\nFuneral Goer – Randle Rankin\nFuneral Goer – Rebecca Sida-Montes\nFuneral Goer – Roxanne Munoz\n \nCatering – Sky’s Gourmet Catering\n \nEditor/VFX – Andrew Donoho\nColorist – Kristopher Smale\n2D Animation – Diego Huacuja\n2D Animation – Kevin Eskew\nRotoscoping \u0026 Paint: Kalp Media, Purple Patch, Ani Kumar, Narendra Moond\n\nLyrics:\nI live inside my own world of make-believe\nKids screaming in their cradles, profanities\nI see the world through eyes covered in ink and bleach\nCross out the ones who heard my cries and watched me weep\n\nI love everything\nFire’s spreading all around my room\nMy world’s so bright\nIt’s hard to breathe but that’s alright\nHush\nShh\n\nTape my eyes open to force reality (Oh no, no)\nWhy can’t you just let me eat my weight in glee?\nI live inside my own world of make-believe\nKids screaming in their cradles, profanities\nSome days I feel skinnier than all the other days\nSometimes I can’t tell if my body belongs to me\n\nI love everything\nFire’s spreading all around my room\nMy world’s so bright\nIt’s hard to breathe but that’s alright\nHush\nShh\n\nI wanna taste your content\nHold your breath and feel the tension\nDevils hide behind redemption\nHonesty is a one-way gate to hell\nI wanna taste consumption\nBreathe faster to waste oxygen\nHear the children sing aloud\nIt’s music ’til the wick burns out\nHush\n\nJust wanna be care free lately, yeah\nJust kicking up daisies\nGot one too many quarters in my pockets\nCount ’em like the four leaf clovers in my locket\nUntied laces, yeah\nJust tripping on daydreams\nGot dirty little lullabies playing on repeat\nMight as well just rot around the nursery and count sheep\n\n#suburban #cradles #musicvideo