This is an example of toast that has landed butter-side down. This has been considered to be a representation of pessimistic ideas. The phenomenon is said to be spinning into butter play pdf old proverb from “the north country.
Written accounts can be traced to the mid-19th century. And always on the buttered side! In the past, this has often been considered just a pessimistic belief. When toast falls out of one’s hand, it does so at an angle, by nature of it having slipped from its previous position, then the toast rotates. Since the original position is usually butter-side up, the toast lands butter-side down. 360 degrees, and land butter-side up.
Also, if the toast travels horizontally at over 3. If you were to drop a piece of toast from your kitchen table, it will rotate as it falls. The period of rotation is the time it takes for the toast to complete a full 360 degree spin. The problem is that the floor interrupts the fall right in the middle of the toast’s rotation—this will cause the toast to go from butter-side-up to butter-side-down.
The higher the point at which the toast is dropped, the greater the chance for it to complete a rotation—and land butter-side-up. Though we can’t recommend standing on your breakfast table, it’s a practice that could greatly improve your chances of salvaging your dropped toast. At the moment a piece of toast begins flipping towards the kitchen floor, it has inertia—it doesn’t want to stop flipping if it doesn’t have to. Its moment of inertia is determined by the speed at which the toast is flipping, combined with the size and mass of the toast. Most breakfast toast is about the same size and mass, unless you’re in Texas—home of the giant slices that carry the state name. But any way you slice it, the same rules apply.