A physics graduate student at Montreal's McGill University is making headlines for his educational take on a Queen classic.
Bonus: there's an Albert Einstein sock puppet.
To make more sense of the science, you can read the lyrics here.
"The whole A Capella Science project is a direct product of three things that have always fascinated me: science, music (especially a capella) and parody," Blais told Global News, citing Bill Nye as one of his sources of inspiration.
"Science also makes you appreciate the immense complexity and beauty of seemingly mundane everyday occurrences; even something as simple as a stirred cup of tea…" he said. "So I would say that people should also understand science just because the world is so much more interesting when they do."
"Hey look, is that Brian May's website? Is that ME at the top of Brian May's website? I think I just won at life," Blais wrote on his A Capella Science Facebook page.
Russell Crowe likes it, too.
"Bohemian Gravity" isn't Blais' first pop parody. Last summer, he released "Rolling in the Higgs," an Adele cover about the search for the Higgs boson.
Blais plans to take time off from his studies to further pursue his music.
"I'm never going to stop being a scientist at heart," he insisted.
"He's obviously a very talented musician," McGill theoretical physicist Alex Maloney, Blais' faculty adviser, told NBC News, "and he's an excellent physicist."