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 Post subject: The Electromagnetic Spectrum Song
PostPosted: Mar Thu 18, 2021 2:16 am 
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Enjoy! :lol:



https://youtu.be/bjOGNVH3D4Y

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 Post subject: Re: The Electromagnetic Spectrum Song
PostPosted: Mar Thu 25, 2021 11:44 pm 
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My favorite part is the depiction of the D, E, and F layers, but it did not explain. Now someone, please link to Danny Kaye's song about composers, and Tom Lehrer's classic, "The Elements". Does anyone remember the Bell Telephone Hour with Dr. Frank C. Baxter, and the song about thermonuclear reactions in the Sun?
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 Post subject: Re: The Electromagnetic Spectrum Song
PostPosted: Mar Sat 27, 2021 3:37 am 
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tubemaster wrote:
My favorite part is the depiction of the D, E, and F layers, but it did not explain. Now someone, please link to Danny Kaye's song about composers, and Tom Lehrer's classic, "The Elements". Does anyone remember the Bell Telephone Hour with Dr. Frank C. Baxter, and the song about thermonuclear reactions in the Sun?
John

Thank you!

Tom Lehrer was a genius who happened to write songs.

Definitely remember the "Bell Telephone Hour"!

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