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The science and art of mathematically perfect bagel cutting. Remember all the times during high school math classes that you scoffed in the face of your math teacher and echoed the refrain, “When will I ever use this in real life?”
Well, today is the day teachers all around the world get to laugh back, because math has reared its head at the breakfast table of all places. Because there’s nothing more pedestrian than a down-the-middle cut, it's time to take your sesame seed and everything bagels to the next level. The folks over at the Mathematics and Nature, possibly looking to rival the bacon Möbius strip, have compiled a bagel cutting guide that would blow the minds of your local Panera Bread employee.
Image via Tumblr The guide to the mathematically correct breakfast breaks down the fine points of turning your baked good into a Möbius strip, which involves plotting various points on axises and other stuff you've probably forgotten from geometry and trigonometry. So what's the point of complicating breakfast foods? Tim Flach More Than Human Animal Photography.
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Some of his images are a look down from rooftops, while others are taken at street level, giving a true feel for the enormity of Dubai's skyscrapers. Recently, Nafatni spoke to weather.com and shared some thoughts about how weather affects his photo shoots. How does the weather influence or contribute to your work? As you certainly know, the weather in Dubai can be extremely hot and humid, especially between June and September. Moreover, that heat creates a constant haze that is present throughout those months, making it very difficult for a photographer to shoot. (PHOTOS: 10 Travel Destinations With Stunning Secrets) Are there weather conditions you love to shoot in? My favorite period of the year is probably between October and December, as this is the period of fog here in Dubai.
I present: the Komondor. A "traditional hungarian guard dog." Wildlife photo wins first place in Yahoo News and Flickr winter scenes contest. David Renwald's Placid Coyote David Renwald’s patience in freezing temperatures and snow in Yellowstone National Park paid off.
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