Today, the Symphony of Science website unveiled its latest music video called ‘The Quantum World’ where it musically investigates the nature of atoms and subatomic particles or as the video states “the jiggly things” that make up everything we see.

“The Quantum World” is the eleventh installment in the ongoing Symphony of Science music video series. Footage of scientists such as Michio Kaku, Richard Feynman, Brian Cox and Stephen Hawking are interspersed with a techo beat to form an enjoyable video that not only entertains but presents the world of atoms in a non-intimidating manner.

The Symphony of Science is the brainchild of John D. Boswell whose goal is to bring scientific knowledge and philosophy to the public through the medium of music. He creates and produces all the music videos himself, and provides them to the public to download for free. You can download all 11 videos and songs on the Symphony of Science site.

So sit back and enjoy the “wonderful and significant” story of ‘The Quantum World’ introduced by Morgan Freeman: