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Comic #2329

1 Adam: If we're going to blow stuff up for a living, we need to take lots of physics and chemistry classes.
2 Adam: We need a thorough grounding in the principles of the Scientific Method.
3 Jamie: What for?
4 Adam: So we can maintain credibility when we yell, "For science!" and cackle maniacally.

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For Science!

Oh. Oops. I've already linked to that TV Tropes page before.

Oh well. After all, it's for science!

2022-07-23 Rerun commentary: I learnt recently that not only is there a scientific method, there's also a historical method for studying history. Which kind of makes sense in hindsight. Perhaps I wasn't previously aware of it because I never really studied history formally, and only developed an interest in it later in life.

Now I wonder if there is a literary method[1], or a musical method, or a geographic method.

[1] Wikipedia redirects a page title of "literary method" to List of narrative techniques.

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