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Nov 20, 2005 | 8:51 PM EST

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this is a science presentation that i have made for scince class,(no dur) we had to make a presentation on an element and this one happens to be maganese.



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

((( IT WAS OK )))

It was ok, kinda funny and silly, i would suggest some sorta backrounds besides the white ones you do have, but i did however like the audio it was perfect, anyways nice job keep it up...

Needs some sorta backrounds, Add some backrounds besides the plain white one you have, or atleast a base color so that it doesnt look so bland...

Silly and funny but lacks backround...



Rated 4 / 5 stars


pretty cool way to do a presentation. i thought of using flash in high school many times, but never got around to getting flash. nice contrast in the last part between the elf and you with your explanation of manganese. it would be awesome if you did a series of all the elements. i suggest that you do bismuth next


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Informative and funny

That was a nice way to do a presentation. I liked how it was both informative and funny. What really got me was that whole math equation that ended up getting 25 again and dividing it by none other than 1. Good job, you fooled some poor soul into thinking that was some amazing piece of information. XD
While the graphics weren't the best, they were okay since it was for a class, and nobody likes to go all out with those. I also liked the voices, they kept me alert.
I wish I was in your class. ._.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Heh... the elves were a great wake-up from Foamy!

I studied (if you call looking up a couple of figures studying...) Manganese last year, and found this to be hilarious, as most projects on elements are boring... I also loved the elf voice(s?). Different yet very much the same as Foamy the Squirrel, so I enjoyed that, too. All in all, I liked it. Good job. ^^

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

i thought ive seen everything

Well ive seen many science projects. Ive never seen someone use flash before

Nice work