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Comic #2892

1 Adam: How will we know if the cat turns into antimatter and starts travelling backwards through time?
2 Adam: As opposed to, you know, being reduced to a plasma of component subatomic particles by the intense gamma radiation?
3 Jamie: We never owned a cat at university, did we?
3 Adam: No.
4 Jamie: Soon we will have.
4 SFX: ZAP!!!

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Reducing your experimental subjects to a plasma of component particles is generally not a good way to get results*.

Particularly if you're in market research.

 

 

 

* Okay, if you're in some sort of hadron-colliding line of work, maybe.

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