Be a Supporter!

Credits & Info

Uploaded
Nov 17, 2008 | 12:13 AM EST
  • Daily Feature November 18, 2008
  • Weekly 2nd Place November 19, 2008

If you liked this, check these out!


Author Comments

This is a cartoon about the greatest idea ever. Mind you, the cartoon itself is not the greatest idea ever, this is simply a cartoon ABOUT the greatest idea ever. Although I'd like to think the cartoon itself is a pretty okay idea, too.

Enjoy!

Reviews


ShadyTyrantShadyTyrant

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It was ok

The animation and drawing style was all very well done. But that same joke over and over got old quick. Plus like many people have stated the LHC was activated some time ago. You missed your window of opportunity.



sven986sven986

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

funny

i liked the dexter doll next to the alarm clock



beggsybeggsy

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

wtf?

i feel im giving this a good rating...that was one of the most boring things ive seen, the thingy mite have been a good idea but to make a movie about it i thing u just killed it



X-HeikoX-Heiko

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Ah,

Good thing to read that some people actually know that particle collisions like the one causing miniature black holes occur in space around earth daily. I seriously was expecting people to believe the LHC is a dangerous thing.

However, this flash somehow states exactly that. To me, it said something like "LHC is not going to give us any important information" and "It's dangerous!".

Well of course particle colliders are just "Let's see what happens" experiments, but without knowing physics on that small-scaled level or at least having rough data, you cannot conclude how this data might be of use to us. Don't forget that nuclear research has brought us nuclear power, and soon maybe fusion power. (To all of you who think nuclear power is teh bad thing, just compare it to coal and mineral oil. Nuclear power is cleaner (although not totally clean I admit) and safe. Fusion power will even be totally clean.) All this research is based on physicists who were trying to look deeper into the core of matter. Getting knowledge about particles and maybe even Quarks might provide us with possibilites of creating new technology.

Of course there's also the atomic bomb, but people will always develop weapons. I'd rather live in a world with cars, supermarkets and computers while people have rockets and guns than in a world with sticks, stones and swords (and the ugly obligation to go hunting every few days). It's not a question of an ideal case, but of that what we can do with the world we're in.

Nobody can predict what science will bring us except of progress. Progress in which direction? No one knows. It may be the wrong one, but:

Ever wondered why one should live when there's no apparent need for him to do so? That person might suffer all life long. Being afraid of suffering, should he commit suicide? Or rather live on, risking to die trying?

I'm rating this submission 5 because I really don't know what to think of it. It's well-made, no doubt. The author's intention is just either not clear enough to me or too extreme to rate it. It might even be a parody of misguided media people, so before I support an opinion I don't understand, I'll just stay cool with a comment.



dreami9dreami9

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

maybye not the greatest idea ever to overload it..

i mean yeah why would he want to do that?