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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by virividox, Feb 16, 2004.
wouldnt you know it
Awesome. So candy isn't always a bad thing...
so I can fill up 4% more of my mouth with M&Ms or Skittles than with Whoppers (Malteasers for the brits )!
Not surprising when packing flat objects the number goes up over 75% The limit of the transformation from Sphere to M&M is a coin shape
i guess it was an interesting study... no one had thought of this before?
and they needed a professor to figure this one out? jeez...
pretty bloody logical to me
does make me want some chocolate now though
I don't like chocolate... so it's of no use to me... however if they try a similar thing involving cans of Strongbow... I'm all for this kind of 'scientific research'...
Eat 'em while you can. Your government is planning on taxing all the good sweets, chips and the like. I could'nt read the whole aritcle because it required registration so I don't have the details.
The amazing uses of physics. I definitely would like to have Professor Paul Chaikin when I tried to guess the number of a candy that is in a container. Whenever I saw a contest that included guessing the number in the Jar, thought there had to be a way to do more than just take a guess.
How do "Smarties" compare to M&Ms, density wise?
I'm still not understanding how they can pack into a smaller space... just because they are slightly stretched out?