In the past we have discussed techniques for concealing farts in public. It now feels appropriate to reveal that some members of the college have been running an informal set of experiments with the exact opposite goal: to maximize attention paid to farts, by strangers, in public.
As Canada celebrates its 154th birthday and folks from sea-to-sea gather in celebration, we turn to the lighter side and consider, briefly, some techniques for concealing farts in public.
Most of the world is connected through email, texting, and social media platforms. 97% of Americans own a cellphone of some kind. By some estimates, 5 billion people globally send and receive SMS messages. That’s about 65% of the world’s population and represents an enormous amount of digital communication, especially and increasingly amongst the young….
Long-time readers of this site are well aware of our Fart Browser – an interactive tool for exploring our complete database of farts and associated data. A recent addition of fresh content (including an appreciable contribution from our recently interviewed intern Cletus) has prompted us to put together a brief overview of the Fart Browser…
Last week we successfully stored a fart in a jar. All indications were that the fart would have remained in that jar for a long time. While it might have been interesting to let it lie for an extended period (and this may be the subject of a future experiment) it was entirely too tempting…
In order to help celebrate this past week’s Valentine’s Day we have a special contribution from long-time ICEF member IraVanDamme in the form of a poem.
It’s Christmas Eve, 2020, and everyone here at the College would like to wish all of our readers (and listeners) a merry holiday season and happy new year.
There are many things one could get up to with a database of nearly 2000 farts – and here at the College we intend to leave no stone unturned.