Talk:Speed of light
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This gets my nomination for "best article that I've seen so far!" (God. I've got to get out more!). Anyway, if uncyclopedia ever produces a CD, the bottom two sections should definitely be on it! Who says we can't measure up to Wikipedia?
In the "truth is nearly as strange as fiction" department, re: your Max Plank episode: I was watching a reenactment on tv of Szilard's experiments with chain reaction which led to Einstein's letter to Roosevelt. If you believe tv, Szilard used a stopwatch in his experiments! OSync 23:56, 20 March 2007 (UTC)
IMHO this is one of the very few articles in uncyclopedia that probably ought to be protected. It is nearly impossible to improve on the second two sections. You can only make them worse. Plenty of other articles that are horrible, whose only claim to existence is mediocre obscenity. They desperately need your help! OSync 21:33, 21 March 2007 (UTC)