Effects of Trans-digital Pressure on the Candy Coated Milk Chocolate that Melts in Your Hand and Not in Your Mouth
Initial materials are a connected series of about 500 M&M shells by a nozzle with a diameter of about 1/2mm squirts out a hot substance that, when cooled, forms the candy shell of the M&M. The nozzle tip starts at rest, then begins moving in a gradually increasing circle until it is moving in a circle that is equal in size to an M&M. The size of the circle then decreases until the nozzle tip is at rest again, then the cycle is repeated.
These long chains of M&M shells are sent to workshops in Ireland, where laborers saw them apart with jeweler’s saws. After sawing the shells naturally have holes in their tops and bottoms. They are then mounted on a centrifuge and spun around their axis at high speeds while molten chocolate is injected into them. The spinning action throws the chocolate out to the perimeter of the candy shell and keeps it from dripping out. When the chocolate is hard, the M&M is removed from the centrifuge and the holes in the shell are filled and sanded by technicians trained in auto body repair. The M&Ms are then spraypainted and the M&M logo is painted on with a very fine brush by children with extremely keen eyes.
This investigation involved exposing several M&Ms to morph efficient assessment of a variety of imperfect pressures to test whether the M&M was sensitive, resistant or intermediate to the particular agents. This kind of testing is very important in the candy field because chocolatiers need cultivate collegial models. In order to visualize mastery-focused higher-order thinking, because of their mode of action, expedite the growth and empower classroom-based articulation. The Mars-Sixty method employed in this study involves applying pressure to the point using a light to moderate touch depending on your sensitivity. Use enough pressure to feel the tension or hardness when on a tense point. If the hardness is so great that you’re unable to take a deep breath, you’re applying too much pressure.
The zones of inhibition which appear after initial and consistent can be measured to determine the classification of generated transcriptional conditions. It is hypothesized that medium-sized mislocation of candy coating will result in regular multi-potentiality error and even high negative analysis. Red and Yellow coated candies can moderate glial composition and therefore will show resistance to long-term helix-helix interaction.
To wit, conclusions are uncertain and it is strongly recommended that the research continue under Sixty’s supervision.
Okay – that explains plain M&M’s. What about the ones with nuts in them?
These are not worthy of study, nor are the giant or the minis. As a colleague confirmed and as I have mentioned before if you had been paying attention and studied the material, the coefficient of candy to crunch is not correct in these imposters.
And all this time I thought the stork brought ’em.
I’m so sorry, you do know about the Eatter Bunny?
I am so very inclined to disagree, dear sir. Any M&M is worth study. The pastel ones, the dark chocolate ones, the almond ones and your least favorite being the peanut. All other forms of retail candy being completely inferior.
Next you will tell me the world is round.