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When you press a button (1), the remote control beams a signal in Morse code to a conveniently placed satelite in synchronous orbit with your place of residence (2). This satellite then relays the signal to another satelite (3), which bounces the signal off of the golden dome of the mosque in Jerusalem (4) to a third satellite (5) which then transmits the signal to the main hub of the International Institute for Convenience, located in Spokane, Washington (6). There, an ever diligent team of switchboard operators send your remote's signal to the Illuminati (7), who will make sure that the station you have selected will have plenty of instances of "fnord"; to the CIA (8), where the information will be filed into the dossiet they keep on you; and to MiniThought (9), where your request gets analysed for possible crimethink. After the long process of analysis and approval, the switchboard operators at the main hub will then send the signal via yet another satellite array (10) to Superman at the Fortress of Solitude (11). Superman will then fly around the Earth at light speed until the Earth begins to reverse its rotation, thus causing time itself to reverse (12). Superman will continue to travel through time in this manner until he reaches a point in time no less than ten minutes prior to your sending the signal requesting the channel to change. He will then send this signal through the satellite array (13) back to the switchboard operators at main hub, who transmit the signal to your local television broadcasting center (14), who then transmit the new data to your television (15) at the precise moment you press the button.
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