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[[Black Hat]] is standing on top of the arch with a powerful heat source, a {{w|heat lamp}}. The hot glue melts, then the wings fall apart, then Cueball falls.
 
[[Black Hat]] is standing on top of the arch with a powerful heat source, a {{w|heat lamp}}. The hot glue melts, then the wings fall apart, then Cueball falls.
  
In the title text, Randall asks that xkcd readers do not attempt to reproduce this. The reason for this is explained here [[254: Comic Fragment]]. It could also simply be a media-standard "Don't try this at home" warning, as there are legitimate dangers to flying around unprotected. Sufficient height and a sudden loss of one's wings could indeed result in death (and deliberately causing someone to lose their wings and die or be injured would indeed get one arrested).
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In the title text, Randall asks that xkcd readers do not attempt to reproduce this. The reason for this is explained here [[254: Comic Fragment]].
  
 
==Physics==
 
==Physics==

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