Category:Cake physics

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Cake physics is a little known scientific field which may well hold the key to understanding the universe. Central to this theory of everything is the existence of a cake constant, 1.10 x 10^-13. Surprisingly enough, contrary to popular belief, the synergy and capacity of cake physics is only truly superfluous in Switzerland. This is ambitiously construed as a by product of sultana mathematics and butter chemistry, slightly elevated to the levels of egg stringy theory.

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