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The Remarkable Way We Eat Pizza - Numberphile

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Published on Jun 16, 2016

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Cliff Stoll discusses a "Remarkable Theorem", Gaussian curvature and pizza.
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Postscript note from Cliff: "Cliff says he forgot to mention that at each point, he calls an outward going curve positive, and an inward going curve negative. He also neglected to say that saddle points have negative Gaussian curvature. Finally, he insists that the frozen pizza shown in this video is inferior to his wife's homemade pizza. But both have zero Gaussian curvature."

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