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Fridays Scientific research topic

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So how what kind of PSI does your average fart produce?




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I know a sneeze can have a crazy strong force. I think it depends on what you ate the night before. I know beer makes mine weaker
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Depends on sphincter muscles. If you can tighten up well, it will produce a high pitched fart emitting approx. 9 psi.
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This week we had Taco night twice and there was no shortage of my special refried beans recipe either night, so as i was giving my wife a dutch oven this morning the topic came up. Sound very interesting, i think we need some sort of small funnel and tube as well as a psi gauge with a highest pressure lock.

Come to think of it, a compression gauge, some hot glue and a toilet paper tube might be perfect for this




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You think this is funny.......... wait till cabin fever has fully set in around late January




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This week we had Taco night twice and there was no shortage of my special refried beans recipe either night, so as i was giving my wife a dutch oven this morning the topic came up. Sound very interesting, i think we need some sort of small funnel and tube as well as a psi gauge with a highest pressure lock.

Come to think of it, a compression gauge, some hot glue and a toilet paper tube might be perfect for this
Do you think you can design something to contain and compress the gas too? It can be used as a alternative to CNG. Call it CLSB CAG.

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Hey, this is some great non-linear thinking. If this experimentation provides sufficient blow back, we can funnel this energy into an alternative energy solution. My question is, if an ignition source is provided to said pressurized methane, how much thrust can we achieve?

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Hey, this is some great non-linear thinking. If this experimentation provides sufficient blow back, we can funnel this energy into an alternative energy solution. My question is, if an ignition source is provided to said pressurized methane, how much thrust can we achieve?
oh this is a great segway, now if we shove tubes up cows ass's we could harness all sorts of methane emissions. add to this a pick up pipe in tube in the barstools of every tavern in the northwoods and we can solve the worlds energy problems, while the old guys up there keep eating those alien looking pickled eggs in jars.




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Depends on where your doing the picking up. G2G is writing that one down as we speak




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This week we had Taco night twice and there was no shortage of my special refried beans recipe either night, so as i was giving my wife a dutch oven this morning the topic came up. Sound very interesting, i think we need some sort of small funnel and tube as well as a psi gauge with a highest pressure lock.

Come to think of it, a compression gauge, some hot glue and a toilet paper tube might be perfect for this
Toilet paper tube will be too big. You will need to match the side of the tube to the size of the ass hole in question. Changes in diameter of the tube will cause pressure changes and thus an inaccurate measure

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Toilet paper tube will be too big. You will need to match the side of the tube to the size of the butt hole in question. Changes in diameter of the tube will cause pressure changes and thus an inaccurate measure
Yes, I see you are familiar with, "Bernoulli's Principle". Good catch.

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once the fart leaves your body it is at atmospheric pressure so 0 psi (gage) .

it may still have some velocity and velocity pressure when it hits an object like your underware.

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