Scientists Lower Bread Into Black Holes to Make Baguettes

In a recent study, a group of scientists lowered loaves of bread into black holes to see if they could be turned into baguettes using the concept of “spaghettification”. The results were inconclusive, but the scientists plan to continue their research in hopes of one day perfecting the process.

“It’s still early days, but we’re confident that we can eventually turn any type of bread into a delicious baguette using this technique,” said one of the scientists involved in the study. “The key is to get the bread as close to the black hole as possible before it’s sucked in.”

So far, scientists have only been able to turn white bread into baguettes, but they are working on expanding their repertoire to include other types of bread.

“We’re confident that we can eventually figure out how to make any type of bread into a delicious baguette,” said the scientist. “It’s just going to take some time and a lot of experimentation.”

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