There's Now A Scientific Way To Cut Pizza TOTALLY Equally
Pizza is the perfect sharing food, the go-to takeaway for a big group of friends who want a chill night in, maybe with some dough balls on the side.
However, there has been many a fight caused by the one burning question: How do you cut a pizza so every single slice is perfectly equal? Do you do the large triangles, messing it up along the way, or commit the cardinal sin of cutting your margarita into square pieces like a complete and utter monster?
Enter Joel Haddley and Stephen Worsley, mathematicians from the University of Liverpool who told Mashable they think they have come up with a foolproof way to stop the pizza slice fights for good.
They propose cutting the pizza into complicated curved slices in a process called 'monohedral disc tiling'.
Take a look at their proposed diagrams below:
The only risk here is that some people will inevitably get a slice of pizza that will just end up being entirely composed of crust. Then you will have an enemy for life.
The full PDF of their study can be found here.