22 Fact of Fart

1. Where did the origin of Farts? Of gas in the intestine. Gas in the intestines from the air we swallow, gas break through into the intestines from the blood, the gas from chemical reactions and gas from the stomach bacteria.

2. What is the composition of Farts? Varies. The more air you swallow, the more levels of nitrogen in the gas (oxygen in the air absorbed by the body before reaching the intestines). The presence of bacteria and chemical reactions between stomach acid and intestinal fluid produces carbon dioxide. Bacteria also produce methane and hydrogen. The proportion of each gas depending on what you eat, how much uidara are ingested, the type of bacteria in the gut, how long we hold fart. The longer holding fart, the more levels of nitrogen in the gas due to other gases absorbed by the blood through the intestinal wall. People who eat hastily oxygen levels in farts a lot more because the body could not absorb oxygen.
3. Why do farts smell? Smell of fart occurs because the content of hydrogen sulfide and mercaptans. Both compounds contain sulfur (sulfur). The more sulfur content in your food, the more sulfur and mercaptan produced by bacteria in the stomach and the more your farts smell. Eggs and meat plays a major role in producing bad smell fart. Pulses play a role in producing the volume of gas and not rot.
 
4. Why fart noises? Because of the vibrations of the anal canal at the time of flatus produced. The severity of the sound depends on the gas velocity.

5. Why do farts smell was warm and silent? One of fart source is a bacterium. Bacterial fermentation and digestion processes produce heat, and gaseous byproducts are rotten. Gas bubble size is smaller, warm and saturated with metabolic products of bacteria that stinks. It later became fart, though only small in volume but SBD (Silent but Deadly).

6. How many farts are produced in a day? The average half-liter of farts a day in 14 times.

7. Why do farts out through the anus? Because of its lighter density, why not take a trip to gas up? Not so. Intestinal peristalsis pushing it downward. Pressure around the lower rectum. Intestinal peristalsis make the space to be pressurized, forcing the contents of the intestine including the gas to move to a lower pressure region, which is around the anus. On the way to the anus, small bubbles coalesce into large bubbles. If there is no peristalsis, the gas bubble will break up again, but not too much because of the complicated form of the intestine and convoluted.

8. How much time it takes fart to travel to someone else's nose? Depending on weather conditions such as humidity, temperature, wind speed and direction, fart gas molecular weight, the distance between the transmitter to the receiver. so leave the source, spread and molarity fart gas is reduced. If the fart is not detected in a few seconds means a dilution in the air and disappeared into the air dive ever. Unless you fart in the cramped quarters such as elevators or cars, more concentration, so the smell would stay in a long time until absorbed by the wall.
9. Is everyone Farts? Certainly, if still alive. Shortly after the death of people can still fart (kidding).

10. Is it true that men fart more often than women? Nothing to do with gender. If true, then women hold farts and fart a lot when the amount spent.

11. When what is usually the Farts? In the morning when in the toilet, called the "poop". If the resonance is good, be sounded all over the house. haha

12. Why do beans cause a lot of fart? Beans contain sugars that the body can not digest. These sugars (raffinose, stachiose, verbascose) if it reaches the intestines, the bacteria in the intestines feasted direct and produce gas. Corn, cabbage, milk also causes a lot of farts (not smell).

13. Besides food, what are the causes of Farts? Air is ingested, eating in a hurry, eating without chewing, drinking soft drinks, a plane (because of lower air pressure, so that the gas in the intestine expanded, so it appears as a fart).

14. Do the same with the burp fart, but appears in another hole? No. Burp emerges from the stomach, the other with its chemical composition fart. Nitre contain more air, gas containing gas produced by more bacteria.

15. Where has not fart when detained or expelled? Not absorbed the blood, is not lost due to leaks. Farts immigrated to the upper intestine and in turn to be out as well. So it's not lost, just delayed.
16. Could farts on fire? Farts contain methane, a combustible hydrogen (natural gas containing this component as well). If burned, nyalaannya blue because the content of the element hydrogen.

17. Can light a match with a fart? Do not be making it up! Another consistency. Also the temperature is not hot enough to initiate combustion.

18. Why do farts smell of dogs and cats more? Because cats and dogs are carnivores. Meat is rich in protein. Many sulfur-containing proteins, so these animals more rotten fart. With other herbivores such as elephants, horses, goats that produce a lot of farting, longer, harder sound, but is relatively odorless.

19. Is it true would be puzzling if you smell the fart 2-3 times in a row? Farts contain little oxygen. Maybe you will experience a little puzzling that farts smell too much.

20. Is the color of fart? Colorless. If the color is orange like nitrogen oxide gas will be found out who farted.

21. Does it fart acid, alkaline, or neutral? Acid, because it contains carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulfide (H2S).

22. What happens if someone farts on the planet venus? The planet Venus has a lot of sulfur (sulfur) in the layer of air, so fart there will not be much impact. 

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