The scientific evidence is now clear: we all tie our shoelaces wrong.
Shoelaces tied the conventional way, using the "bunny ears" technique, failed every time they were tested at the maximum weight, but the "strong knot" came apart only half of lab trials.
Making a strong knot involves crossing the left lace over the right and pulling it through the resulting loop.
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