The Amoeba People are creating Science Music Videos
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The Amoeba People are creating quirky, scientifically-literate music videos. After successfully crowd-funding our new album "The Fossil Record," we are now turning to Patreon to help us make awesome music videos to accompany these songs.



We'll be starting with Part Two of the Tectonic Chronicles, a song called "Girl Talk" which tells the story of Marie Tharp, who discovered a rift valley at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, which led to the development of Plate Tectonic theory. 



With a retro nautical vibe, our video for "Girl Talk" will take viewers on a first hand journey through the story of Marie Tharp, how she mapped the ocean floor, how her ideas were mocked by her male counterparts, and ultimately how famed underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau proved Marie right by taking a film crew down to the bottom of the ocean and returned with indisputable footage of the rift valley's existence.



After Cousteau returned with the footage, Marie's "girl talk" became the foundation upon which the theory of plate tectonics would be built. Boom!

After "Girl Talk" we plan to shoot a video for our song "The Terrible Lizards."  Beyond that we hope to get your feedback on what you'd like to see next. We want to make as many science music videos for this album as possible! So help us out if you can!

Thank you for considering our Patreon page!!!

Onward!!!

The Amoeba People
The Amoeba People are creating quirky, scientifically-literate music videos. After successfully crowd-funding our new album "The Fossil Record," we are now turning to Patreon to help us make awesome music videos to accompany these songs.



We'll be starting with Part Two of the Tectonic Chronicles, a song called "Girl Talk" which tells the story of Marie Tharp, who discovered a rift valley at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean, which led to the development of Plate Tectonic theory. 



With a retro nautical vibe, our video for "Girl Talk" will take viewers on a first hand journey through the story of Marie Tharp, how she mapped the ocean floor, how her ideas were mocked by her male counterparts, and ultimately how famed underwater explorer Jacques Cousteau proved Marie right by taking a film crew down to the bottom of the ocean and returned with indisputable footage of the rift valley's existence.



After Cousteau returned with the footage, Marie's "girl talk" became the foundation upon which the theory of plate tectonics would be built. Boom!

After "Girl Talk" we plan to shoot a video for our song "The Terrible Lizards."  Beyond that we hope to get your feedback on what you'd like to see next. We want to make as many science music videos for this album as possible! So help us out if you can!

Thank you for considering our Patreon page!!!

Onward!!!

The Amoeba People

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