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Math Nerds Show Us Exciting New Ways To Slice A Pizza

A research team from Liverpool University studied different ways of cutting a pizza.

Mark Andrew





Although they usually have the reputation of being socially-awkward, it can actually be fun to hang out with nerds. They’re smart, passionate, loyal, patient, and, of course, they love analyzing stuff and solving problems.

So yes, being close friends with nerds opens up a whole new exciting world – especially if you are big fan of pizza.

Just take these math guys from the Liverpool University for example who put their heads together trying to come up with new ways to slice everyone’s favorite food.

A research team from Liverpool University studied different ways of cutting a pizza pie.

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The results, needless to say, are truly amazing and out of the ordinary. Actually, some might notice that the cuts were inspired by the pinwheel’s design.

This one is perfect for families or friends wanting 6 or 12 pieces of pizza:

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Bored with usual 8-slice pizza? These patterns will blow you away.

These slices, on the other hand, are a bit more complicated:

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Relying heavily on circular geometric patterns, these slices would surely require some bad-ass cutting skills and possibly some interesting new tools.

Now they went really crazy with these patterns:

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I don’t know about you but personally, I want to see these pizza slices upclose. They look really interesting and, oh well, I gotta admit I’m always in the mood for some pizza.

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Photographer Gets Cornered By A Family Of Gorillas In Uganda Mountains

The photographer just sat there, stunned and unable to move.

Inah Garcia



People fear wild animals because the species are unpredictable and we'll never know what the creatures can do. Encounters can be very risky, especially if the animals feel threatened.

With the hundreds of animal killings and man-made abuse to forests, we cannot blame the species. Maybe for them, the presence of humans is a red flag, a warning sign, a dangerous hazard.

What most people do not know is that sometimes, some species of wild animals do not typically harm humans. As long as humans do not show any malicious acts, animals can be secured and even interact with them in a friendly manner.

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These Wicked Fairy Sculptures Will Make Your Garden Look Enchanting!

They just look so magical!

Ann Moises



Enigmatic, fascinating, otherworldly---these words appropriately describe Robin Wight’s fairy sculptures. Each work of art is constructed using layers upon layers of stainless steel wires that are intricately fashioned to a pose that emanate force and graceful movement. Also, every sprite has a stone heart, which, according to Wight, holds a special message.

Based on Wight’s Facebook page, he only started creating wire sculptures about a year ago. It was initially a hobby, but now, the artist has started doing commission work.

Take a look at some of his exquisite pieces:


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Dog Shows Heart-Melting Appreciation After Being Rescued From Drowning

Man rescues a drowning dog and gets some wonderful appreciation!

Inah Garcia



Dogs love humans in a very special way. After all, they are man's best friend.

They care so much for their owners and do everything just to keep them safe and happy. But when the situation turns and the dogs become the troubled ones, some people, particularly the non-owners, just won't care. They look at dogs as mere animals and would not bother to help at all.

Little do these people know how dogs appreciate the kind gestures humans do for them. The pat on the back, the walk on the park and even the kind words we utter -- they are all valued by canines.

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