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Comic #2376

1 Jamie: Okay, set the time machine for the year 2000 and see if they really do have flying cars?
2 Adam: No, they might not actually have them by then. Besides testing the myth, we need to see what it actually takes to recreate the circumstances of the myth.
3 Jamie: Good idea. How will we do that?
4 Adam: Let's go to... say, 2009. Then they're bound to have flying cars, and we can just check how many years earlier they became common.

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See, this comic is more realistic than many pieces of science fiction. At least we admit that there might be a time in the future where we might not all have flying cars yet.

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