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Comic #2908

1 Isaac Newton: Ahem.
1 SFX: Yammer Yammer Yammer
2 Isaac Newton: Gentlemen...
2 SFX: Yammer Yammer Yammer
3 Edmond Halley: QUIET!
4 Charles Darwin: You just interrupted the greatest scientific congress in history.
4 Isaac Newton: Yes, and like all speakers you went over time.

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Anyone who has ever been to a scientific presentation will know about this. Actually it's probably true for anyone giving a talk about anything, anywhere, any time.

If we could add up all the minutes that speakers went over their allotted time, we'd probably find that we've collectively wasted more time than there has been since the universe began.

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