A literal horn bill! Planet X fauna is the greatest!
…unless that little guy wakes you up in the mornings. That can’t be fun
And here I was waiting for you to blast me for saying they have DNA on Planet X. Whew, dodged that bullet.
Ah, no. I was actually going to comment on how she shouldn’t be able to just “see” DNA without using any chemical products on the sample to bring it through the cell wall and nucleus, but I wanted to see what you said first. (Hey, our friend Sparkles showed us they at least had cells!)
hmm.. Might a bit far fetched.
Maybe Strang has a way of doing the same thing with an electron beam.
I’m often baffled by Ellie’s technology and how it seems so advanced by 1972 standards. There’s a lot of secrets here at the Strang Institute that I’m not privy to. I have my theories though. Maybe one day it’ll all come out.
And then there’s the fact that trees don’t have to have evolved in the same fashion as they did on Earth (which did take a few billion years) so the DNA doesn’t need to be anything recognizable as a tree by Earth standards (The short story Thanksgiving Day By Jay Werkheiser shows an interesting take on this)
Last thing I thought that day before I forget: love to see that the thin, slender leaf shape was favored on Planet X. It’s quite uncommon here on earth (since it’s very easy for one leaf to cast its shadow on another that way) but I’ve always thought it’s quite beautiful
So much for this comic being safe for work. :T
Just have that spreadsheet screen ready to go when the boss walks by.
:D. I wonder if Planet X-ians would think a similar thing about people and cars.
They might think that cars were the higher life form. Certainly appeared that way in the Pixar movies.
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