Paradoc

The PHD Comic Doctor Who parody of the life of a post-doc continues:

This isn't the first paradoc they have explored. A while back they did Zeno's:

 

 

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  • Judy SN

    Re: Zeno’s Thesis paradox, I think the significance and generalness of the errors decreases but the actual *number* multiplies, that is, they find more and more but less significant problems. The net result is the same, however.

    Cf. http://www.despair.com/quality.html