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October 14, 2013

ATTENTION, NOBEL PRIZE JUDGES

In response to harsh and repeated criticisms from our mothers and several failed relationships with women, we present the splash dynamics of a simulated human male urine stream impacting rigid and free surfaces. Our study aims to reduce undesired splashing that may result from lavatory usage.

(Thanks to Bill Hudgins)

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An IgNobel winner for sure!

That's the problem. They should be using the toilet rather than the lavatory. Lavatory is plumberese for bathroom sink.

NExt up: getting men to wash their hands

I'm glad they aimed.

These crazy boffins. Still no cure for cancer.

After a lifetime of research, my conclusion is that pissing with the wind and over a cliff works pretty well.
Except, of course, for the people hiking at the bottom of the cliff.

Yeah, but I bet they can't write their name in the snow.

66th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Fluid Dynamics
Volume 58, Number 18

Sunday–Tuesday, November 24–26, 2013; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Guys, Pitsburgh is waiting for all of you...

Pittsburgh.
I can't believe my finger slipped and I didn't proof read... I misspelled my home town. :-(

My aim is better when I'm drunk, because then I don't shake.

Splash Dynamics sounds tailor made for a genius grant.

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