Make has the story of physicist David Neevel's Oreo-creme-removing device, which is rather a wonder:
His OSM (Oreo Separator Machine) was conceived and shown at Portland's Mad Dog Garage, and the process goes something like this: The Oreo is placed on a tray, flipped vertically and cleaved in half by a motorized, ridiculously over-engineered hatchet. Aluminum arms then receive the halves and transfer them to a Dremel-based CNC machine, which obliterates the cream and presents it to the user for consumption.
David made a lot of sacrifices in making this, such as "try[ing] to find a good sandwich in this part of the city and stuff." Regarding his robot, David also adds, "I don't have a catchphrase, but if I had one, it'd be something like 'Let's get that cream out of there.'"
Machine Scrapes Oreos Clean of Cream [Michael Colombo/Make]