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What was the most impressively clear and concise answer in 2016?

Note that a clear and concise to a very simple question is not necessarily particularly impressive.

Vote either by posting an answer linking to a clear and concise answer and giving a brief description of why that answer should win, or by upvoting an existing post. Voting lasts two weeks, i.e. until Jan 29 2017.

This is part of the Best-of PSE 2016. If you are interested in providing a prize bounty for the winner (mostly highly upvoted answer of this meta post), please comment.

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I would like to nominate the answer below:

Does the Many Worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics necessarily imply every world exist?

The question provides a short but very informative answer highlighting that unlike in other areas of life, on Physics.SE size isn't everything.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks, but I decline the nomination. I dashed off that answer in 30 seconds and I'm not really proud of the attention it got or the ensuing discussion. $\endgroup$ – knzhou Jan 22 '17 at 6:10
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    $\begingroup$ @knzhou Stephen Hawking came up with Hawking radiation under the shower (at least supposedly). And this is the "Less is more" category, so no false modesty here ;) $\endgroup$ – Wolpertinger Jan 31 '17 at 7:12

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