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March 30, 2009

WHY YOU SO RARELY HEAR FISH BREAK WIND

Fish Oil Could Curb Cow Flatulence

(Thanks to Cynthia)

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Measuring cow farts.what an inteesting job.

Lots of bubbles, though.

If fish don't break wind, then what causes tsunamis?

Oh wait, I just remembered, whales aren't really fish. Carry on.

Didn't this very blog link to the video of whales farting?

Technically, most of the methane produced by cattle is burped, not farted -- so stay away from both ends if possible.

There is a cow pasture across the road from my house. I live in the boonies. I've never had the misfortune of being around them when they farted. I do think it would be cute though to hear one burp.

There was a memorable episode of "All Creatures Great and Small" in which Tristan Farnum, I believe, accidentally exploded a cow while trying to relieve a blockage in its intestine. Blew up the cow shed as well.

wiredog: whales aren't fish, though ;)

cl

"Fish oil could cut down on the boom-booms, a new study suggests."

Let's try to use adult, scientific words here people.

OK, Cheese' ... but "boom-booms" is a lot easier to say AND spell than the term "explosivistic flatuationarial emissionality" ...

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