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NASA Helps Produce Hip-Hop Climate Change Rap To End All Climate Change Raps

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If you’ve ever wondered what the outcome of a night of dinner, dancing, too much wine, and unprotected sex might be between hip-hop music and climate change science, wonder no more. What we have here in a brand new rap video that hasn’t made us smile this much since the EkoBoys rocked our boy-band hearts last year.

This latest effort to introduce kids to the serious nature of climate change is admirable — but we doubt you’ll make it through the whole thing. It comes to us courtesy of POLAR-PALOOZA, a multimedia initiative supported by the US National Science Foundation and Nasa. And yes, the song does bear some resemblence musically to the Black Eyed Peas’ “Where Is The Love?” — which I think is one of the worst songs ever created.

Anyways, enjoy, er, something like that…

Thanks to Adam over at the UK Guardian for passing this our way!

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