Inspired by xkcd‘s week of comics back in May, I will be shamelessly emulating–starting TODAY!

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Inspired by xkcd‘s week of comics back in May, I will be shamelessly emulating–starting TODAY!

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One day, they shall meet at infinity!

I’m sorry, but both your axes are double-arrowed.

(b1 – b2)/sqrt(1+m^2) units seems so far way it listens to “mellon collie and the infinite sadness”

I started reading your (awesome) comic only recently, and just now, when I got to this one, I followed the xkcd link, expecting to land in May 2007 or something, guessing from your remark. But it turned out you’ve just linked to xkcd’s home page, and so I landed on today’s xkcd: http://xkcd.com/817/

Freaky coincidence!

@Dorian.gr

? I don’t understand what your comment means. Specifically, I don’t know why you are sorry, or why an axis being double arrowed is worthy of mention.