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dropped toast and I shot photos.
When toast slides off of your plate, it twists and turns through the air, using its tail and flexible spine to re-orient itself. This is its primary defense mechanism against human consumption.
|The first few slices landed buttered-side down. Breakfast was ruined!|
|We wanted to keep the toast consistently buttered, so we used a micrometer and an atomic scale. Shown here are examples of over-buttered, buttered and under-buttered toast.|
|Brooke dropped them one slice at a time.|
of the toast landed buttered side down.
Of the first loaf, only four out of 20 slices landed butter-side up.
That is a 20% survival rate.
|Boy, there sure are a lot of these toast-dropping photos.|
could be worse though, you could be watching a video of this.