A group of scientists from MIT have designed a way to perfectly split an Oreo in two.
They have come up with what they call an Oreometer, which splits the cookie with a specific amount of force in order to get one clean cookie and one with all the filling.
They say the key is using a fresh pack of Oreos and using a twisting motion.
However, they were unable to figure out how to split the cookie so each side had equal amounts of creme. Honestly, as long as you give me a large glass of cold milk, I don't really care how they're split!
Source: USA Today
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