July 15, 2019

Monday, Jul 15, 2019

July 2019


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Panel 1
Tony: OK, I feel like we should start with a BIG one. Really world-changing stuff.
Greg: I heard once that the moon was actually formed by a mars-sized object slamming into the earth. We could go watch that happen.

Panel 2
Tony: That’s neat and all - but that really only requires the use of a time machine, and that’s grade-school level stuff. We need something really BIG.
Greg: Find alien life, maybe?

Panel 3
Tony: No, I’ve met aliens. They’re assholes.
Tony: But I think I might have something…. The edge of the observable universe is a bubble about 14 billion light years away in every direction, but it likely goes on much farther than that.

Panel 4
Tony: Let’s go see.
Greg: Ok, but only if we stop for snacks along the way.