For some reason, we are obsessed with cutting things in half. There is a Twitter dedicated to the cross-sections of everyday items and a whole Sub-Reddit called Things Cut in Half. Most of the photos on these sites are the result of amateur experiments like the photographer who got bored one day and decided to slice up his whole collection of golf balls. Some are more deliberate, like Beth Galton's popular food art, where she somehow magically cuts bowls full of soup and cups full of coffee so the liquid remains in place. Others are out of necessity, like when the US Navy needed to remove a shipwreck from the ocean and had to hack it up first. Check out photos of these cut jobs and more in our list of 25 Revealing Photos of Things Cut in Half.

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