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,

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!


When I saw Kansas school,

I loled. You should have included Pastafarianism inside too! Great movie, nice message, kept me interested all the way.

Loved it !

That was brilliant. I loved the little twist at the end with the Logic chips! :D

Haha, Kansas...

Logic fails us all, some more than others...

Great story! nice art style!

I enjoyed the art for the flash. the fact that the probes and ship had fluid/animal-like movements made them kinda cute!
the flash cant be anti god/religion because there were more books on the occult than there were on religion in the school! :D
Logic chips.... i wish there were one for every human in the world!

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Cute and Interesting.

A good warning about abandoning reason and merely accepting all that you read.

Though it does come off as a little harsh if you focus more on the presence of the reading material rather than focusing on the story.

Stupid probe, God doesn't hate science.

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4.36 / 5.00

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