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No. 1472: Schrödinner

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Schrödinner

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Strip by: conceptualWellspring

{Garfield sees his dinner sitting under a radioactive source}
{Garfield tosses the food into his mouth}
{Garfield walks up to Erwin Schrödinger, his mouth full}
Schrödinger: Did you have your dinner?
Garfield: I'm considering it.

The author writes:

Schrödinger here posits that if a radioactive source is left in a room with Garfield and a bowl of food, and if when an internal monitor detects radiation it releases appetite suppressants, then Garfield may or may not have eaten his dinner until (or possibly after) observed.

[[Original strip: 2013-03-05.]]

Original strip: 2013-03-05.