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Comic #153

1 Imperial Officer: In order to destroy Alderaan we need to generate 1038 joules of energy with the superlaser.
2 Vader: Is that a problem?
2 Imperial Officer: Focusing that much energy will require dumping 1035 joules of waste heat, which is enough to destroy the Death Star.
3 Motti: Store it in the superconducting loops until we can vent it to space.
4 Imperial Officer: But that'll take days! And if the thermal exhaust port gets hit...
4 Motti: Now what are the chances of that?

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Thanks to AdAstraGames on the Pyramid MOO for inspiring this line of thought.

2012-04-25 Rerun commentary: Apparently the Death Star also has polished wood floors. Who knew?

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