Synthetic Biology short dark dub assault

As you can probably imagine, there are a lot of very interesting things that pop up when you have a google alert for "synthetic biology." Here is today's special find: a short dubstep song about synthetic biology by Dysoniq, featuring a voice talking about computer chips for your brain from this video, an interesting hour-long BBC presentation about intelligent robots (thanks again, Google!).

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Very neat. Always nice to play music with lecture talk.
Especially with Francis' Crick's voice. His and Carl Sagan's are classic.
Sagan says "Huuuman's..." and things like that, Crick more english accent.