Surviving the World

A Photocomic Education by Dante Shepherd

Lesson #1552 - Experimental Hazards

The problem is that no one can ever remember the exact number of hazards that were present at the time of the experiment after the superpowers come in, so the experiment is never repeatable.

YES, that's the actual problem with that previous statement{.} Seriously, sometimes it feels like the half-brilliant-geniuses-half-idiots that we allow into laboratories are trying to induce superpowers, even we know it's not possible to do when you try. I mean, you're familiar with the Texas Tech explosion incident, where the individual even brought some of the chemical home? Don't be idiots, kids. And adults, for that matter.