Why do farts seem to follow the farter?
I’m sure that everyone has experienced this phenomenon, in which one delivers oneself forth of a silent but potent gaseous emission and then steps rapidly away, only to have the fart cling to one’s person. Part of the reason for this annoying characteristic of farts is the turbulence that follows in the wake of a moving person. The fart “slip streams” or is actually pulled along in the farter’s direction by the air currents behind the person. Another factor is that part of the fart is caught in the farter’s clothing, and diffuses out slowly after the main part of the emission has dispersed.

Where does the salt in salt water come from?

It’s quiet at work today.

Can you tell?

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