3-Day Quotes Challenge: Day 3 Animated movies take us through evolutionary scientific thoughts.

Two months ago (two months! Has it been that long?), Jessica at Elldimensional challenged me to do the 3-Day Quotes. She’s done it wonderfully. I suggest to hop over and have a look.

Strangely, of all the topics I’ve chosen for this challenge, this one was the easiest! It’s occurred to me that animated movies often carry more profound messages than their live-action counterparts! Maybe this is one of the reasons kids are so smart these days 😀

So here they are, three quotes from animated movies showing the evolution of scientific thoughts:

Going back to the stone age...
Going back to the stone age…

 

Leaping through to the middle ages...
Leaping through to the middle ages…

 

...and landing squarely in the 1950s.
…and landing squarely in the 1950s.

As part of this challenge, I have to nominate three other bloggers to take up the challenge. They aren’t obliged to take the challenge, but let’s hope they do:-)

I nominate:

Julie’s Photoblog

Being Mantastic

BunKaryudo

 

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4 thoughts on “3-Day Quotes Challenge: Day 3 Animated movies take us through evolutionary scientific thoughts.

  1. I like the quotes, especially the second one because I have a special affection for the source. I read “How to Train Your Dragon” to my kids and then enjoyed watching the movies with them too, despite some of the big changes in the story.

    l’m not sure I’ll have time to rise to the quote challenge, I’m afraid. I’m pretty far behind on my Internet tasks for this month as it is! I really appreciate being nominated, though. Thank you very much. 🙂

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    1. Hi Bun
      I don’t know why you ended up in the spam folder, so please don’t think I was ignoring you. So glad you enjoyed the second quote.
      It’s my pleasure, and I hope you’ve gotten on top of those internet tasks. They have the nasty habit of self-propagating!
      See you around 😀

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