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Comic #2865

1 Jamie: We don't actually have any antimatter, Adam. So causing a comparative explosion is pointless.
1 Adam: But we can still do it, right?
2 Jamie: It's extremely dangerous.
2 Adam: But we can still do it, right?
3 Jamie: It provides us with no scientific data whatsoever.
3 Adam: But we can still do it, right?
4 Jamie: An explosion that big could adversely affect the fabric of space-time itself!
4 Adam: But we can still do it, right?

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I'd like to see the real MythBusters tackle some stuff to do with modern physics. No, really. I can think of a bunch of cool things they could do with lasers, cloud chambers, radioactive sources, liquid helium, and so on.

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