Comment: Cartoon Physics

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Cartoon Physics

One of the problems with voters and their elected officials is they learn physics from cartoons. Some become TV writers and perpetuate the problem.

It's important to note that if a cooker or a boiler is emitting steam, it is much less likely to blow up than one under increasing pressure with no outlet. "Letting off steam" is a good thing.

Perhaps they should add some amendments to make sure people take physics classes, first, just to make sure they aren't more interested in "flying a plane instead of landing one."

What do you think?