Dilbert Classics by Scott Adams for November 25, 2021

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    C  3 days ago

    Trained in alternate facts

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    Liverlips McCracken Premium Member 3 days ago

    I think his training involved LSD. Lots and lots of LSD.

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    Jayalexander  3 days ago

    Yes! Electric shocks. Why didn’t I think of that?

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    nosirrom  3 days ago

    No. Just a lobotomy.

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    monkeysky  3 days ago

    Do you think Adams realizes the paradox of the middle panel?

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    GROG Premium Member 3 days ago

    I think training consisted of power naps.

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    The Reader Premium Member 3 days ago

    Nonsense! Electricity is just an illusion.

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    djlactin  3 days ago

    actually, that’s how science progresses: by rejecting hypotheses…

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    rossevrymn Premium Member 3 days ago

    Yep, definitely a future, unicorn, anti-vaxxer scientist…………………………………….right-wing populists?:

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    jazzman831 Premium Member 3 days ago

    But… it Can be possible to prove that certain things can’t be done.

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    RonnieAThompson Premium Member 3 days ago

    Happy Thanksgiving my friends.

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    carlzr  3 days ago

    If you don’t mean to be rude, why don’t you go away?

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    WCraft Premium Member 3 days ago

    Well, I can prove that something shouldn’t ever be done again…

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    DudeHoldMyBearandWatchThis  3 days ago

    Actually, it IS possible to prove some things can’t be done. It’s been proven that:

    You can’t square the circle (i.e. using only a compass and a straight-edge, you can’t make a square with the same area as a circle.)

    You can’t find any three integers X, Y and Z where X^3+Y^3=Z^3 holds true.

    You can’t write a program that can calculate the last digit of pi.

    You can’t determine the exact speed and exact location of a sub-atomic particle at the same time.

    You can’t fit a full-grown elephant into a 8oz teacup without compressing it into degenerate matter such as found on a neutron star.

    Need I go on?

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    mindjob  3 days ago

    Not saying what type of scientist he is, is like talking about jazz. There are so many kinds it’s meaningless to generalize.

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    ArtClogg1  3 days ago

    You can’t find the largest prime number and I can prove it.

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    InTraining  3 days ago

    when Dan said “never work”, was talking about Wally…?

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    vaughnrl2003 Premium Member 3 days ago

    Hey loser Lou the Science guy, your tie is crooked. Let me fix that for you. …c’mere.

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    Watchdog  3 days ago

    Credits to the CDC, NIH, and FDA for sponsoring this particular strip.

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    Mediatech  3 days ago

    So you’re saying that you can’t logically disprove that I can pole vault to the moon?

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    Jogger2  3 days ago

    I was once given a programming assignment and realized it couldn’t be done because there was an implied conflict in the requirements.

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    eswanson  3 days ago

    That’s not at all true. Many math theorems prove something can’t be done. For example, it’s impossible to factor a general 5th-degree polynomial using radicals.

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    goboboyd  3 days ago

    Why yes, yes it did. (twitch) Why do you ask? (twitch twitch)

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    PuppyPapa  3 days ago

    Gordon doesn’t need to hear all this, he’s a highly trained professional.

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    ValancyCarmody Premium Member 3 days ago

    How many lights are there?

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    tom  3 days ago

    Very effective reveal of bidensciencs

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    Sisyphos  3 days ago

    You go, Asok! That Dan is not just “illogical”; he is invincibly stupid (doesn’t mean he couldn’t have got a degree somewhere)!

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    DaBump Premium Member 3 days ago

    I love science, but it’s sad that some scientists do go overboard with their claims.

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    mistercatworks  2 days ago

    OK. I’m only going to explain this once. MOST science involves proving things can’t be done, so you can get on to trying the next hypothesis. :)

    Mathematics research also involves “negative proofs” to a high degree.

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