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We Are Science Probes

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Hello Newgrounds Viewers,
In my latest cartoon titled 'We Are Science Probes', scientific explorers visiting a post-apocalyptic Earth begin to question their mission after uncovering certain historical artifacts.

I hope you like it.

It features the song "Say Goodbye" (used with permission) by the amazing band 'The Sun'.

Thanks for tuning in,
Billy

Update:
To the Newgrounds viewers, Thank you for the daily 2nd place award and all the reviews. I really appreciate people taking the time to leave such thought provoking posts.

As for the theme of the cartoon, it isn't an anti God story. I was trying to make a point about dogmatic thinking and how this can lead to a lack of understanding. At least that is what I was hoping to do. The funny thing is the cartoon is a little extreme in it's own way, but I chock this up to dramatic license and my lack of skills. HA!

Thanks again for all the views and reviews!

Reviews


Hmm, not bad. I like it.

I found the Fox News reference to be funny. It seems like a jab at religion if I am not mistaken. It could just be for fun, either way it was enjoyable. The animation was pretty smooth, no problems there. I did think it was kind of weird though... the blue one had a longer battery life, no explanation. No biggie.

Only 8, because I felt like something was missing. I'm not sure what it is though.
! star for that, and the last star is reserved for those special, memorable ones that go above and beyond.

Good work, looking forward to future projects!



True

But we can still belive in a higher power but the problem is a lot of people over look common sense and rational thinking and belive whom they belive speaks and thinks for them.


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Score
4.36 / 5.00

Uploaded
Aug 4, 2010
10:46 PM EDT
Genre
Drama
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  • Frontpaged August 5, 2010
  • Daily 2nd Place August 6, 2010
  • Weekly 5th Place August 11, 2010