Something fast this time... (geek music continued)


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O.K. I'm on a bit of a roll, and definitely in the mood to write another science-y song. This time with a little crunch. Like last week, I'm hoping for readers to suggest the general comment. Hint: things like hypoxia and cannabis probably won't fly in the fast tempo department...

(Also, some of you may have noticed the creation of a new category - that is, the Music for discerning geeks category.)

(Also also, some of you may have noticed I tend to twitter some innocuous statement a few days before the post - what will I be posting next?)

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tobacco mosaic virus. Rock on!

You know you gotta write a song about mitochondria. That's as energetic as it gets.

If you want energy, then a song about adenosine triphosphate would be pretty neat