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Comic #2251

1 Martian 2: There, done. All we have to do is activate this device and it will grind hadrons and recreate the universe exactly as it was.
2 Martian 3: Is it serious that we have a screw left over after building it?
3 Martian 2: Nah... What's the worst that could happen?
3 Martian 1: Nooo!!...
4 [sound]: FWACKOOOM!

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Anyone who's ever reassembled anything knows that there's always a screw left over.

2022-02-05 Rerun commentary: I think it would have been more efficient to build a hadron grinder instead of the Large Hadron Collider. Collisions are so imprecise and random, whereas if you get some hadrons and stick them in a vice and grind away at them you can break them down much more carefully.

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