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Comic #2920

1 Charles Darwin: There is one other possibility.
1 Isaac Newton: Yes, Mr Darwin?
2 Charles Darwin: We need the assistance... of a woman.
3 Galileo: Una donna?!
3 James Clerk Maxwell: What?!
3 Anton van Leeuwenhoek: Never!
3 James Hutton: Inconceivable!
3 Johannes Kepler: The fairer sex?!
3 Nicolaus Copernicus: When pigs fly!
3 Antoine Lavoisier: Ooooh...
4 Charles Darwin: Can your time conveyance find a specific person in history?
4 Isaac Newton: I am Isaac Freaking Newton, what do you think?

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Seriously, if you're asking a question of Isaac Newton, and he has a time machine handy, what do you think he wouldn't be able to do?

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