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Comic #2440

1 Serron: But space and time are intrinsically bound together, right?
1 Spanners: Yes.
2 Serron: So if hyperspace warps space, it stands to reason that it also warps time.
2 Spanners: Yee... eesss...
3 Serron: So by following a space-like trajectory through hyperspace, it should be possible to emerge in realspace at any time we choose.
4 Spanners: How come your understanding of science improves dramatically when it leads to paradoxical and reality-damaging conclusions?

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Because that's the best sort of science!

2023-05-20 Rerun commentary: Of course, following any trajectory in normal space also warps time. That's what that Einstein guy was on about.

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