Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for July 10, 2024

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    dadthedawg Premium Member 14 days ago

    No, I flunked math…..

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    codycab  14 days ago

    Calvin wouldn’t explain it even if he got better at math.

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    cmxx  14 days ago

    He did get a D in math, Hobbes; that’s why he can’t explain it.

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    eromlig  14 days ago

    Wasn’t that the plot of one of the Shrek movies?

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    Ⅰ thought Hobbes did all of Calvin’s homework

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    Izzy Moreno  14 days ago

    That doesn’t make it have any less math, Hobbes.

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    snsurone76  13 days ago

    I’m looking forward to seeing the dinos, Bill has always done a GREAT job drawing them.

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    Peterh778  13 days ago

    That’s because multidimensional Calvinmath (derivated from non-euclidian Einsteinmath), which is necessary for timespatial travel is totally different from classic Euclidian math taught in school. In short, his math teacher can’t understand Calvin’s genius :D

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    Calvinist1966  13 days ago

    In answer to Hobbes’s question, it is believed that, when we eventually have the technology to travel near the speed of light, we will be ageing more slowly than we do normally so we will age less than the people on Earth. That is the Theory of Relativity and why time travel is theoretically possible. We will be travelling through time in the sense of travelling into the future more quickly than others and aging less than them.

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    einarbt  13 days ago

    Yes, but that was conventional math. Calvin is way beyond that type of math.

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    oldspacehound  13 days ago

    A D is better than an F.

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    BJDucer  13 days ago

    Hobbes, I think such questions should be asked BEFORE you’re in the midst of traveling back in time…just in case Calvin’s math calculations have an error in them and you’re right!

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    tremaine53  13 days ago

    It’s a lot of math for Calvin to count his fingers. He loses track when he has to change his pointing finger as he gets to ‘6’.

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    miztrniceguy  13 days ago

    It’s not Applied Mathematics, so it doesn’t apply

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    SquidGamerGal  13 days ago

    Hobbes brings up a good point. How does time travel not alter your age?

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    gantech  13 days ago

    Ehhh…wibbly, wobbly…

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    [Traveler] Premium Member 13 days ago

    You forgot to carry the 1

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    Count Olaf Premium Member 13 days ago

    At least he passed. Way to go, Calvin! Dilly! Dilly!!

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    david_42  13 days ago

    The real question is how do you stay connected to the planet when it’s circling the sun, which is circling the galactic center, which is moving towards the Great Attractor?

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    ChessPirate  13 days ago

    Does your Math explain why it’s “Calvin, Calvin, Calvin, Hobbes, Hobbes, Hobbes”, rather than “Calvin, Hobbes, Calvin, Hobbes, Calvin, Hobbes” in Panel 4? ☺

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    DM2860  13 days ago

    So early cretaceous, and not Jurassic

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    sandpiper  13 days ago

    Anticipation reigns.

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    TommyEfreeti  13 days ago

    To travel to time you must be outside of it, no aging takes place during transit.

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    rshive  13 days ago

    Calvin’s math classes never made any mention of time travel.

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    pixiekitten Premium Member 13 days ago

    Calvin didn’t get a D in math. I blame the noodles.

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    txmystic  13 days ago

    It’s OK Hobbes—he means “matheMAGICs”, not “matheMATICs”…

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    Ishka Bibel  13 days ago

    It is a conundrum.

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    mindjob  13 days ago

    Calvin is great at HIS version of math, just like Einstein

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    elvira.alejandro  13 days ago

    Zero to left, that’s why!

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    Teto85 Premium Member 13 days ago

    Somebody slept through Temporal Mechanics 101

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    mistercatworks  13 days ago

    “Not in time travel math.”

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    kathleenhicks62  13 days ago

    I don’t think there were any “snacks” 140 million years ago.

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    coffeeturtle  13 days ago

    Didn’t you read Temporal Mechanics 101?

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    ChrisTrey  13 days ago

    For the same reason you don’t stop traveling once you go past the moment the time machine was built – when traveling through time, you and the time machine exist out of normal temporal space – in a sort of temporal bubble that keeps time moving at the same rate as you are used to.

    It’s the same for FTL travel – you bring a piece of our universe into subspace or warpspace or whatever universe you slipped into in order to escape the laws of physics in our universe.

    Otherwise, being in a universe with different laws of physics would probably be deadly to our types of life, nor would our technology work there.

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    susanj77  13 days ago

    Don’t ask silly questions Hobbes

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    LJZ Premium Member 13 days ago

    John Calvin was a French theologian, pastor and reformer in Geneva during the Protestant Reformation. Born: July 10, 1509… birthday greetings!

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    The Fly Hunter  13 days ago

    That’s what the flux capacitor is for.

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    razzledazzle295  9 days ago

    Don’t listen to a kid who got a D in math.

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