Everybody in CONTROL is suffering from bad dreams. Max and 99 have to investigate KAOS's operations at the Dartfoot Spring Water Company.
Did You Know?
When the Chief describes the President's dream to Max and 99 he tells them that it involved him firing his whole cabinet and replacing them with the members of Jefferson Airplane
. Of course, during this time the president was Richard Nixon
and he almost did have a meeting with a member of the Airplane. Sometime around this period Grace Slick
was invited to a White House tea for alumni of Finch College, where Tricia Nixon
also attended, albeit a few years later. Slick was invited under her maiden name of Wing and she intended to use the occasion to pull a prank on Nixon. Her intent was to get close to the President and put a small amount of LSD into his tea. Slick also invited radical leader Abbie Hoffman
to go to the White House with her. However, Secret Service recognized the pair and escorted them off the premises before Nixon could be dosed. See more
Sodium Calcium Chloride is a chemical impossibility. Sodium and calcium are both metals, chlorine is a nonmetal. Just the word "chloride" without "mono" or "di" would indicate an ionic bond. These are formed with metals and nonmetals, however only one metal can bond with one nonmetal. Sodium Calcium Chloride (which would be NaCaCl3 if it was real) has two metals in it, and therefore is an impossible composition. See more
Of course! The old pestle in the mortar trick.
Dr. Jarvis Pym
No, the old mortar in the mortar trick.