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Seems a bit dry to me. MacManiasig.png MacManiasig-cheerios.png MacManiasig-holmes.png MacManiasig-starwars.png MacManiasig-firefly.png MacManiasig-pixar.png MacManiasig-oregon.png MacManiasig-lesmiz.png MacManiasig-doctor.png 16px-HalLogo.png Portal16px.png UncycLensFlare16px.pngDalek16px.png 16px-ChekhovSig.png16px-JapanSig.png Sir MacMania GUN[15:34 18 Aug 2009]

Oh, and note a coincidental similarity with Laws of Physics, not written by me, but with similar ideas. MacManiasig.png MacManiasig-cheerios.png MacManiasig-holmes.png MacManiasig-starwars.png MacManiasig-firefly.png MacManiasig-pixar.png MacManiasig-oregon.png MacManiasig-lesmiz.png MacManiasig-doctor.png 16px-HalLogo.png Portal16px.png UncycLensFlare16px.pngDalek16px.png 16px-ChekhovSig.png16px-JapanSig.png Sir MacMania GUN[23:33 18 Aug 2009]

MINI REVIEW: I might review this if I hadn't spent more time studying English than physics. But here's a sort of mini-review. Overall, I love this article. I think explaining the ridiculous in pseudoscientific terms is very funny. I really liked "necks are likely to be stretched the furtherest" especially with the pic, and "has been attained only by far more intelligent lifeforms, such as bunnies and coyotes." Maybe a few more bits like that could lighten up the science stuff. (I like the Disney car floating for three seconds too).

I didn't find the "What the H stands for is a subject of much mystery," funny. That's really the only section I didn't like and you might want to think about cutting it. I did think the History section could be shorter, as I found myself waiting for the "good stuff" (Principles and implications parts such as cartoon character violating gravity if they don't think about it). I would really like to see a pic showing a cartoon character who walks off the edge of a cliff and suddenly realizes it--an animated gif might be even better. I don't know if cartoon characters being obviously killed in one scene and then being alive in the next would fit--I guess that's more cartoon biology. And this might just be me, but I like pics better when they aren't all on the right. The magazines I've seen put some on the left, some on the right.

Please post a note on my talk page when this is rewritten because I want to see it! Miley Spears 22:24, 21 August 2009 (UTC)


This is much better than the Laws of Physics and I'd vote for it as it is but I'd also agree with the above - the history section isn't nearly as good as the actual physics which is excellent. But if you lost the history the whole would be a bit short and you'd need some more science.
Physics not really being my thing the only thing I could suggest is multiple universes since so many cartoons seem to feature dozens of identical twins - usually tortoises racing Bugs Bunny, as I recall. Oh, and there's a red link to Bugs Bunny which annoys pedants. Good luck with it, I'll review it for you if no one better qualified takes an interest.--Sog1970 10:32, September 6, 2009 (UTC)
Symbol comment vote Comment. Yeah, the history seems rather forced, so I might just add more pseudo-science. Cartoon biophysics (as per MS) sounds good; maybe the ACME corporation is an economical consequence of ACME's unique cartoon engineering. But I'll probably incorporate this stuff after the Review. Signed after a slight delay, MacManiasig.png MacManiasig-cheerios.png MacManiasig-holmes.png MacManiasig-starwars.png MacManiasig-firefly.png MacManiasig-pixar.png MacManiasig-oregon.png MacManiasig-lesmiz.png MacManiasig-doctor.png 16px-HalLogo.png Portal16px.png UncycLensFlare16px.pngDalek16px.png 16px-ChekhovSig.png16px-JapanSig.png Sir MacMania GUN[17:15 6 Sep 2009]
And, of course, colliding worldsheets leading to cross-overs. But I digress. MacManiasig.png MacManiasig-cheerios.png MacManiasig-holmes.png MacManiasig-starwars.png MacManiasig-firefly.png MacManiasig-pixar.png MacManiasig-oregon.png MacManiasig-lesmiz.png MacManiasig-doctor.png 16px-HalLogo.png Portal16px.png UncycLensFlare16px.pngDalek16px.png 16px-ChekhovSig.png16px-JapanSig.png Sir MacMania GUN[17:16 6 Sep 2009]

I swear on the grave of Christopher Columbus that I will review this today-ish. --Pleb SYNDROME CUN medicate (butt poop!!!!) 18:47, October 2, 2009 (UTC)

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