Time for some comedy.
AsapSCIENCE are a Canadian singing, comedy, and science duo. They formed in 2012 after finishing University and wanting to stay connected to the science community. The members are Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown.
#TeamTrees is the latest video from the boys. The melody is based on the song Girls that was originally released by the Beastie Boys on their 1987 album Licensed To Ill and as a single. It is about how trees work and how important they are for life on Earth and how they can help solve climate problems. For this track the boys accompany themselves using various parts of trees, in the description for the video they claim that it was performed on 20,000,000 but I suspect that their calculation may not be as truly accurate as the rest of the video. The song is being used to publicise the #TeamTrees project which plans to plant 20 million trees by 1 January, 2020 and they have already planted more than half of their target.
You can donate to #TeamTrees here.
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