Fruitilinear Perturbation Methods for Layered Meringue Spaces

Flavor factor analyses of nutmeg distributions show systematic deviations from Poisson behavior despite homogeneous squash. We recorded spice-triggered covariance profiles from the filling layer at sites along inferior lateral and medial custard horizons (Rombauer areas 14 and 25). Each covariance matrix showed 6 to 8 significant eigenslices. To investigate this behavior, we solved the Child equations for flavor propagation in homogeneous layered meringue-custard spaces. By introducing slight fruitilinear perturbations to the model, we show that there exists a critical value of the dimensionless Lemon number that determines the onset of flavor convection. We synthesize piesmograms for several important endmember systems. The synthetic piesmograms display soft peaks that stiffen when perturbed past the critical Lemon number, and significant waveform piefurcation at mid-custard reflectors.

CR Categories: 1.4.2 [Piesmology]: Statistical Piesmology
Keywords: egg media; citrus covariance; flavor factor analysis


  1. Rew wrote:



    Careful, or you’ll actually end up a technical writer!

  2. arvind wrote:

    *giggle* *snort* *chortle* *bellow* HAHAHAAAHAA

    *wipe eyes*


  3. Kim wrote:

    I think I read that abstract in the rss feed for the Journal of Geophysical Research.

    I love it.

  4. hypocentre wrote:

    I think that in homogeneous layered meringue-custard space flavour increases as nutmeg tends to infinity. I would test this hypothesis but apparently death can be fatal.

  5. Falyne wrote:

    I lol’ed. :-)

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