"Cartoons: a synonymous reflection of our world - with a few additives. Exactly what, I don't know, but they're not the sort you can conveniently list on an "Ingredients" list!"
In the same way as previous studies have tediously and over-verbosely explored, physics is a subject which, unlike theoretically considered before, is not universal and constant, but flows and fluctuates depending on the environment and how observed.
Specifically I refer to the previous instance where our exhaustive (there wasn't much done but I got tired writing long words about it) studies showed time not only to fly, but indeed that it has wings - a clear deviation from the considered norm.
More contrary rules to those of physics have been observed within the world of cartoons, initially considered a general parody and caricature of the real world, their evolution has increasingly shown to be much unlike the real world from a physical point of view, even if matching it in principle from a visual and mostly c