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No. 332: Spread on a bagel it's topologically different to on a slice of bread

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Spread on a bagel it's topologically different to on a slice of bread

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Strip by: David Morgan-Mar, Andrew Coker, Tim Mason

T-Rex: Peanut butter comes in two different types:
T-Rex: SMOOTH AND CRUNCHY.
T-Rex: or to be precise: infinitely differentiable and discontinuous. This is a much better description.
Utahraptor: The crunchy bits are singularities?
T-Rex: If you apply a differential operator, yes!
Utahraptor: I see!
T-Rex: Food safety 101:
T-Rex: Integrate your peanut butter into sandwiches!

The author writes:

You can use Lebesgue integration if necessary.

Or Lembas integration, if you spread on elven waybread.