Comic 243 - 斬新な研究

5th Aug 2013, 12:00 AM in What Could Have Been
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See? No consistency *whatsoever*.

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5th Aug 2013, 9:56 PM
I'm inclined to agree... with something.

9th Aug 2013, 5:41 PM
Wait, this /isn't/ dead? It's a... End-of-July-slash-beginning-of-August Miracle!



Xavius: So you can only garner knowledge that's been published by an existing reputable source? That must be wildly inconvenient.
Wikipe-tan: It really is. [citation needed]
… see?

Fred: I fail to see how this is a problem.
You're omnipotent. Can't be that hard to write a requite.
Trope-tan: No. I most definitely *cannot* do that.

Wikipe-tan: I can't even really know that not knowing things is unhelpful. [citation needed]
Xavius: And, wait, you *also* can't know that you can't know that?
Wikipe-tan: It keeps happening. [unverified]

Trope-tan: I'm omnipotent, yes. I *can* do anything, because that's what "omnipotent" means.
But I mustn't. These are author powers; they must only be used to advance the plot.
Jane: But there isn't a plot.
Trope-tan: Precisely.

Xavius: How exactly does this work, though? Under what conditions does the restriction apply?
Wikipe-tan: I've no idea.
Xavius: Not an inkling?
Wikipe-tan: None whatsoever.

Trope-tan: With great powers must come great responsibility.
Jane: So… with omnipotent powers must come omnipotent responsibility, by induction?
Trope-tan: I'm not sure it's transitive, but otherwise yes.

Xavius: You haven't experimented? To see what counts as stuff you can know, and what doesn't?
Wikipe-tan: No. Because that would be *original research*.

Jane: You didn't build the time machine for personal gain; you built the time machine to travel through time?
Trope-tan: Absolute power must only be applied when absolutely required. And for cheap tricks.


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