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Tidbits 9 The Scientific Method

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Jul 16, 2015 | 12:46 AM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place July 17, 2015

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Support my work on Patreon to keep this show going, and to help me continue working on my art in general here: http://www.patreon.com/andrewkaiko ! :D

Got a question about science? Think you can figure out an answer for yourself? Maybe the Scientific Method can help! Norm and Cory break down the steps so you can get experimenting and ignore Norm's incredible pain.

Tidbits with Norm & Cory is an edutainment series featuring the 2 furry critters from the 2013 animated short, Norm & Cory! Aimed at middle-school students in science class, or just any curious child thirsty for knowledge, Norm guides them through an intro course comprised of 1-minute episodes with his pupil Cory! The Patreon campaign won't just be for Tidbits either. From time to time I'll also add still drawings, comic pages, and other videos.

A new episode will be added at least once a month on the children's video site, BatteryPOP, and YouTube!

Norm & Cory (C) 2003-2015 Andrew Kaiko All rights reserved

Watch the original animated short here https://vimeo.com/79856701 !

Reviews


TharosTheDragonTharosTheDragon

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

It's not clear what the difference is between making a hypothesis and predicting the results.



maddude13pt2maddude13pt2

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

This could be truly remarkable except that it butts its head against the same wall as most of humanity... Stopping utterly short of actually answering any questions (even when and where the answers might lead to more questions)... You had a good premise with the "Does one feel pain the way another does?" start... But you dropped all that and it comes across as an almost attack on science and the scientific method since you don't propose any sort of finalization to any of the questions at hand.
...Now I get that this is animation, and a lot of it is making fun of everything, society, technology, and even political toxicology (at least as I like to see it)... However, you might consider showing that as we have learned to use the scientific method, we have increased a great deal of our understanding at least around how our own world and solar system work. Please dom start to take care how much crap you sling at the scientific method and those who truly do uphold it... There are already too many idiots out there refusing the whole ideal...
Sorry to rain on your fun and fan-fair...



mrspock1510mrspock1510

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Amazing work with the comedic timing at the beginning. Makes me laugh every time.



CromeDragonCromeDragon

Rated 5 / 5 stars

I just love this, this would be great for children education :D



ChainsawNinjaZXChainsawNinjaZX

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very well animated, entertaining, and educational.


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