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Old 02-15-2013, 03:45 AM   #11896
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Bloody hell! Tell me this wasn't the one that was supposed to go past this week without any problem?


OJ you should never trust the scientists.
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Old 02-15-2013, 03:45 AM   #11897
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Imagine sitting at the lights on your way to work & having that fucker go over the top of you..............That would definitely be a WTF moment..
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Old 02-15-2013, 03:53 AM   #11898
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Imagine sitting at the lights on your way to work & having that fucker go over the top of you..............That would definitely be a WTF moment..
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Old 02-15-2013, 03:54 AM   #11899
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OJ you should never trust the scientists.
But But! i saw it on sunrise
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Old 02-15-2013, 03:54 AM   #11900
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This is some WTF shit is this

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Old 02-15-2013, 04:05 AM   #11901
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Reassuring News

A bit of new research that confirms what we all knew...

This bit cracked me up


Farts - it's important to let rip, say researchers
AAP
February 15, 2013, 7:43 am

Farting, cutting the cheese, letting her rip, breaking wind - whatever you call it, experts say it's better out than in, even on a plane.

Pilots, especially, have been urged to let flatulence out for safety's sake, but passengers risk being ignored by cabin crews if they do.

A team of Danish and British gastroenterologists produced a paper on flatulence on planes after one of them, Jacob Rosenberg, was inspired on a flight between Copenhagen and Tokyo.

The problem is that farting is an invariable consequence of digestion and people do it about 10 times a day.

But people may fart more on flights because of changes in the volume of intestinal gasses as cabin pressure alters.

Hans Christian Pommergaard, Jakob Burcharth, Anders Fischer, William Thomas and Professor Rosenberg have told the New Zealand Medical Journal the holding back option may seem “alluring” but there are drawbacks.

Stress, discomfort, pain, bloating, dyspepsia and other symptoms could ensue, while not discounting the chance that all the effort may be sabotaged by turbulence in any case.

“There is actually only one reasonable solution ... just let it go,” the medicos say.

However, the odour - and women's farts smell worse than men's - may impair cabin service and thus the quality of life aboard the aircraft.

They warn of consequences in the cockpit.

“If the pilot restrains a fart, all the drawbacks previously mentioned, including diminished concentration, may affect his abilities to control the airplane,” the researchers say.

“If he lets go of the fart his co-pilot may be affected by its odour, which again reduces safety on board the flight.”

The specialists did not recommend setting farts alight, either on land or in a plane, despite its proven ability to reduce odour.

They reluctantly dismissed the notion of rubber pants with an attached air container for collecting gas as “somewhat extreme”.

But they reckon putting active charcoal in passenger seats is a winner of an idea that could be backed up with special undies.

“The future frequent flyer may develop the ability to “sneak a fart” by wearing charcoal-lined underwear thus experiencing a comfortable flight in harmony with fellow passengers,” they conclude.

Pre-flight passenger methane breath tests and reducing fibre in airline food options were also considered.

FARTING FACTS

- There are roughly two types of fart - silent, also known as sneaking, and loud.
- The average person farts about 10 times a day.
- Women's farts smell way worse than men's.
- Sulphur containing gasses are responsible for the pong.
- Burning the gas does reduce the smell but lighting farts is not recommended on land or in a plane.
- Exercising the pelvic ring is essential to maintain the ability to fart silently.
- For people with a weak pelvic floor, decoys can be performed such as coughing, sneezing, verbal outbreaks or spontaneous applause.
- Trying to hold in farts can result in discomfort, bloating, high blood pressure, dyspepsia and pyrosis.

Source: Paper by Hans Christian Pommergaard, Jakob Burcharth, Anders Fischer, William Thomas and Jacob Rosenberg in the New Zealand Medical Journal.
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Old 02-15-2013, 04:05 AM   #11902
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You haven't lived untill you seen the Min Min light, i seen it twice, once after i had a big session at Winton and was heading for Boulia. The 2nd time was when the copper from Boulia shone the torch in my face after i passed out.

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Old 02-15-2013, 04:07 AM   #11903
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Old 02-15-2013, 04:14 AM   #11904
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A bit of new research that confirms what we all knew...

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Farts - it's important to let rip, say researchers
AAP
February 15, 2013, 7:43 am

Farting, cutting the cheese, letting her rip, breaking wind - whatever you call it, experts say it's better out than in, even on a plane.

Pilots, especially, have been urged to let flatulence out for safety's sake, but passengers risk being ignored by cabin crews if they do.

A team of Danish and British gastroenterologists produced a paper on flatulence on planes after one of them, Jacob Rosenberg, was inspired on a flight between Copenhagen and Tokyo.

The problem is that farting is an invariable consequence of digestion and people do it about 10 times a day.

But people may fart more on flights because of changes in the volume of intestinal gasses as cabin pressure alters.

Hans Christian Pommergaard, Jakob Burcharth, Anders Fischer, William Thomas and Professor Rosenberg have told the New Zealand Medical Journal the holding back option may seem “alluring” but there are drawbacks.

Stress, discomfort, pain, bloating, dyspepsia and other symptoms could ensue, while not discounting the chance that all the effort may be sabotaged by turbulence in any case.

“There is actually only one reasonable solution ... just let it go,” the medicos say.

However, the odour - and women's farts smell worse than men's - may impair cabin service and thus the quality of life aboard the aircraft.

They warn of consequences in the cockpit.

“If the pilot restrains a fart, all the drawbacks previously mentioned, including diminished concentration, may affect his abilities to control the airplane,” the researchers say.

“If he lets go of the fart his co-pilot may be affected by its odour, which again reduces safety on board the flight.”

The specialists did not recommend setting farts alight, either on land or in a plane, despite its proven ability to reduce odour.

They reluctantly dismissed the notion of rubber pants with an attached air container for collecting gas as “somewhat extreme”.

But they reckon putting active charcoal in passenger seats is a winner of an idea that could be backed up with special undies.

“The future frequent flyer may develop the ability to “sneak a fart” by wearing charcoal-lined underwear thus experiencing a comfortable flight in harmony with fellow passengers,” they conclude.

Pre-flight passenger methane breath tests and reducing fibre in airline food options were also considered.

FARTING FACTS

- There are roughly two types of fart - silent, also known as sneaking, and loud.
- The average person farts about 10 times a day.
- Women's farts smell way worse than men's.
- Sulphur containing gasses are responsible for the pong.
- Burning the gas does reduce the smell but lighting farts is not recommended on land or in a plane.
- Exercising the pelvic ring is essential to maintain the ability to fart silently.
- For people with a weak pelvic floor, decoys can be performed such as coughing, sneezing, verbal outbreaks or spontaneous applause.
- Trying to hold in farts can result in discomfort, bloating, high blood pressure, dyspepsia and pyrosis.

Source: Paper by Hans Christian Pommergaard, Jakob Burcharth, Anders Fischer, William Thomas and Jacob Rosenberg in the New Zealand Medical Journal.
Ahh well Derrrr!!!................................ ..

They didn't mention Vegetarian farts........
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Old 02-15-2013, 04:25 AM   #11905
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They didn't mention Vegetarian farts........
Home grown or Organic?
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Old 02-15-2013, 04:31 AM   #11906
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That reminds me, sitting at the back of the plane on the red eye from perth half asleep and letting them rip,
and ripe too.

Then i feel a light spray over me, it was a hostie spraying some nice smelling stuff around the cabin

The moral of the story is:
Join the Qantas club and sit as far up the front so you don't have to sniff it other peoples farts
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Old 02-15-2013, 04:32 AM   #11907
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Home grown or Organic?
I wouldn't know the dif.
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Old 02-15-2013, 04:39 AM   #11908
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I wouldn't know the dif.
See it's safer just to forgo the Greens.
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Old 02-15-2013, 04:50 AM   #11909
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Imagine sitting at the lights on your way to work & having that fucker go over the top of you..............That would definitely be a WTF moment..
I've experienced something like that twice now. Once, I was camping at Warren Gorge in the Flinders and was laying in the swag, looking up at the completely overcast night sky when the clouds completely lit up as bright as daylight from a meteor passing overhead. Like the sun had momentarily come back up, except it was midnight on a moonless night. Sounded like a freight train passing overhead.
Second time was out in the Painted Desert, NW of Coober Pedy, on a crystal clear moonless night, full Milky Way as the background. The meteor traveled from west to east, blazing across the sky for about 3 seconds, then exploded into several big pieces, before burning up and disappearing into smaller pieces over the next five or so seconds. It sounded exactly like a big Road Train rumbling across a gravel road at high speed, except it was obviously coming from the direction of the meteor. An unbelievable experience. Seen dozens of shooting stars, but only these two that made such a noise.
We're boned if they've got the trajectory of this one later tonight wrong.
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Old 02-15-2013, 04:55 AM   #11910
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See it's safer just to forgo the Greens.
That's easy.
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