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Scientists at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, have using their big brains to solve a big-time problem -- urinal splash.
The researchers believe they have determined the optimal design for a splash-free urinal. It's tall and porcelain -- and is curved like a nautilus shell, which is why they've named it the "Nauti-loo."
Supposedly, according to advanced laws of physics, the optimal splash-reducing angle for the average human is about 30 degrees. This Nauti-loo thing minimizes splatter -- and could improve the lives of cleaning crews around the world.