Question: What is the smelliest fart ever recorded by a human? Short answer: See below. Long answer: Today marks the one-year anniversary of the smelliest fart ever recorded. It was so powerful that it saturated our air pollution sensor, as seen in the plot below: The sensor has a maximum reading of 60 ppm of…
Question: What color are farts? Short answer: Green.
First we tried stacking farts to create new farts. Now we’ve tried sequencing them to achieve a similar effect. The result? Mission accomplished.
Question: What is the opposite of a fart? Short answer: A car alarm.
Question: How often do random noises sound like farts? Short answer: 5.5% of the time.
Question: What happens to your weight when you fart? Short answer: It increases.
Question: How often do people produce multiple farts in quick succession? Short answer: 15.7% of the time
Question: What is the maximum speed of a fart? Short answer: 0.22 MPH.
Here at the ICEF we’re always interested in asking new questions, experimenting with new techniques & technologies, and exploring new avenues of inquiry as we expand our ever-evolving understanding of farts. For example, we have extracted an enormous amount of value out of the Atmotube Plus from Atmotech Inc. In addition to measuring VOCs, the…
Question: What causes fart plumes? Short answer: Hydrogen