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Comic #4714

1 Death of Insanely Overpowered Fireballs: WHY DO YOU WANT TALLER SHOULDERS TO STAND ON?
2 Isaac Newton: So we can see further!
3 Death of Insanely Overpowered Fireballs: COULDN’T YOU JUST USE A TELESCOPE? GALILEO INVENTED THEM.
4 Isaac Newton: Yes, but I suspect that constructing steam-powered mechanical artificial life will outrage the Pope to an even greater degree. And that’s always fun.

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There's an entire Wikipedia article just on Isaac Newton's religious views. They were rather unconventional, but it seems fairly clear to me that he would have enjoyed riling up the Pope.

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