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We Can Stop Doing Science Now Because They're Running Cheese Through a 3D Printer

The seemingly endless pursuit of studying the natural world in hopes of understanding the world in a more meaningful way has come to an end. Irish researches have poured cheese into a 3D printer to make cool shapes, and, well, what's really the point anymore. 

At the University College, Cork in Ireland, scientists have poured processed cheese into a 3D printer, so they could make cool designs with it or something. Honestly, I have no idea what the purpose of this experiment was or whether it was successful, but there are now gifs like this:

Why does this exist? I'm not sure, and people on Twitter don't really get it either. 

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uk school uploads picture of student writing with string cheese
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Garin is, by all accounts, a good student at Archbishop Mcgrath Catholic School in Bracla, South Whales, UK. But sitting just below the surface is a layer of mozerella cheese. 

According to Garin, AMCS uploaded a picture of him writing with a piece of cheese:



What is happening at this school that they are replacing school supplies with snack foods? Are they painting in art class with pudding cups? Counting Totino's Pizza Rolls instead of using a calculator? Playing Bugles instead of a bugel?

The school, who seems to have removed the picture, has commented on what they're calling "#Cheesegate": 

via @archbishopmghs

But as Garin says:


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