Chem Final Extra Credit Comic
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It was just another epic day in the life of Colin Kingsley, who was currently headed on his way to Chem class.
I wonder how the ringularity inside a black hole interacts with the Higgs Boson field...
So if gravitational waves have been detected, does that mean someone can create gravitational waves and warp time? Is there a graviton particle made of space and time that -
Colin had just walked right into a large cloud of nitrogen gas!
Silly Colin. You're never going to find arbitrary patches of nitrogen in the school hallways. That's because the air we breathe is a homogeneous mixture, or a mixture in which the different substances/gases are distributed evenly.
Nitrogen! Nooooooo....Oh. That was a crazy dream...
Little did Colin know, the Potatoian race of aliens a few billion light years away knew all about what Colin had been thinking...
This is bad. This kid is asking too many questions. The next thing we know, he might disprove that silly thing the humans believe - that you can't go faster than the speed of light! Jeesh. I mean, it's really quite obvious. Speed is defined as distance over time, and if one can warp space and time, one can change both of the variables that affect speed, and thus, SPEED IS RELATIVE. One must simply warp spacetime within a vacuum and send a beam of light through it...
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