7 December, 2006
I remember back when the internet tubes were too narrow for video and you had to watch this cult-geek classic on the decaying film reel that was your genetics prof’s most prized possession. Now he could show it off of Google Video….
This may be one of the Top 5 uses of the Internet: wide dissemination of this interpretive dance. Introduced by Nobel laureate-to-be Paul Berg, it illustrates the process of protein synthesis. It tells you all you need to know that the music for the interpretive dance is the “Protein Jive Sutra.” And that the narration is based on Jabberwocky.
Watch it. It’s teh hilarious, and you might even learn something.