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INNER SPACE CAVERNS – A science music video Dum-mumder the Earth

January 4, 2012

Welcome to a journey deep into the Earth’s crust, where science created Inner Space Caverns. Just 30 minutes north of Austin, Texas, “tour guides will take you back in time so you can experience the fascinating story of the cave’s history and discovery.” This is your home planet, as Tom saw it with his cameras, Dum-mumder the Earth:

The song is called Dum-mum. Music is courtesy of ATP3, a PhD from Chicago with a hobby & a dream of making music. Hear more of his sounds at, ATP3. Including the full track of Dum-mum (with better sound too).

Photography & editing are by Tom. Pictures taken during Tom Travels 2011.

The colorful rocks, Yay! Life! magnet, and blue stone ring (on Tom’s hand) are courtesy of the gift shop at Inner Space Caverns.

The spiral picture was taken during Tom’s visit to Science Museum Oklahoma.

Thank you for reading, letUbeU.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Rebekah permalink
    January 5, 2012 7:18 PM

    Hey Tom… I like the video! Also, I wanted to tell you that Jeff quoted you the other day; he said, “it’s like what Tom the scientist says, ‘let you be you.'”

    • January 5, 2012 7:32 PM

      You made me smile, the 1st comment. letUbeU is contagious, be careful. 🙂

      • anon permalink
        January 5, 2012 8:19 PM

        that beat is contagious as well!!

  2. Rachel permalink
    January 5, 2012 8:21 PM

    Music fits perfectly with ‘adventures in Inner Space Caverns’

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