Next, he’ll perform a surgery.
Likewise, he also said Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
Soon to be known as “the sawed off runt.”
Dr. Mel, which half gets the spleen?
Oh, THIS is going to end well!
Dr Mel will have to expleen himself!
I don’t think this kind of magic was meant in that quote.
More like “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.”
He’s confusing magic with trickery.
There’s something sort of like this in today’s Bound And Gagged.
Odd grammar in Panel One, makes it read very awkwardly.
Winky looks to have grown taller, at least for the time being.
Where are that kid’s parents?
Yes, Winky, this requires precision. He needs to make the cut just slightly above the spleen.
His spleen! His spleen!
Dr. Mel isn’t going to exspleen his plan to Winky.
Make sure you don’t hit his spleen, Dr Mel
Science only gets in the way.
It looks like, for a change, his spleen has a chance to survive.
Uh, the inaccurate period in the Clarke quotation changes the meaning very subtly. In fact, it might be an improvement. But it’s not accurate.
Well, I’ve heard the same argument for the existence of God. How much of the “science” which exists in the universe do we understand to definitely say: “There is no God?”