Thursday, January 31, 2019

Flat-D in an airplane

Do planes have fart filtering technology??
Their systems actually gradually allow the air to seep out of the cabin, while bringing fresh air back in. So, do they have a 'Fart Filter'.(not a Flat-D).. Not really, they just allow the airplane to fart the human farts out of the aircraft. According to Boeing, their planes are capable of taking out between 95 and 99 percent of airborne contaminants, and the cabin's air is completely refreshed in under five minutes

Thursday, January 3, 2019

Flatulence Facts by Flat-D

Farts are produced by anaerobic (without oxygen) digestion in the intestine. About 1% of flatulence is composed of malodorous, volatile sulfur gases, derived from the decomposition of protein. The proteins in meat and some vegetables (e.g., beans) are rich in sulfur-containing amino acids, and so produce stinky farts.
The average fart contains about 7% of the odorless but flammable gas known as methane—the subject of this week’s blog. Namely, rising concentrations of methane in the atmosphere are often recognized as a cause of global warming, and methane is at least 25 times more effective than carbon dioxide in effecting climate change in the atmosphere