SCIENCE
06/08/2012 02:07 pm ET Updated Feb 24, 2013

Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Lawrence Krauss, Richard Feynman Autotuned In 'Symphony Of Science' Video

Who knew autotune could be awe-inspiring?

Some of the biggest names in science present and past--Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Lawrence Krauss, Richard Feynman--are bringing people to tears in a new video that autotunes lines from some of the scientists' best-known talks.

Artist John D. Boswell, known as melodysheep on YouTube, created the "We Are Stardust" video as part of his musical remix series Symphony of Science.

In the video, Tyson's voice softly echoes over delicate melodies: "We are part of this universe. We are in this universe. The universe is in us. Yes, the universe is in us." Krauss' voice follows, and then Feynman chimes in.

"This made me cry. I am so happy to be alive," YouTube user EchoesOfClarity commented on the video.

"Wow. This one is fantastic! SO inspiring," Janik Matthew commented. And, YouTube user iamriot wrote: "This song, is the most absolutely beautiful thing I have ever heard in my life."

Boswell's mash-up music videos have become an online sensation as he recently remixed Mister Rogers, which also has been called inspiring. Check out his latest Symphony of Science video above.

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