October 27, 2003
If you have a collision with a discrete particle, that particle's position becomes fixed for the moment of collision (as seen in panel 5).
Anyway, that's the end of that little story arc. Just 3 strips, no big deal. I just wanted to have some fun with physics. If I keep going along like that, though, I risk losing readers who aren't quite as nerdy as I am.
If you liked the concept of manipulating physical constants and seeing the results, I highly reccommend "Mr. Tompkins in Paperback". I'd link to it at amazon.com, but I'm too lazy.