Another example in the “My Fake Hobby” series, herein the author lies about a hypothetical hobby: finding coincidental equations and then arguing that they– in fact–represent some deeper invariant of the universe. If it truly were an invariant, then altering any given term would require that some or all of the other terms would change.

The punchline for this comic is one of four potential punchlines that your Curator has enumerated below:

- “Then England will drift out to sea.”
- “Then the earth will be ripped apart!”
- “Then the universe would destabilize, all life would cease and all matter would blasted apart!”
- “All spheres and circles in the universe would simultaneously grow proportionally, which leads us to the subject of Universal Expansion…”

Your Curator is somewhat disappointed that the Author has chosen not to go with #4.