In case you’ve forgotten the history of this problem, read “Giant Fart“.
Perhaps this is fitting before and after our politicians’ news releases. To give equal time we will post a news release by Rep. Mike Alberts next.
Shades of the Miller Farm problem – a laboratory team has created and trapped “antifart” atoms for a record 1,000 seconds, the Journal of Gastrology reports, raising hopes for study of the famously elusive physics of antifart. The obvious benefit of antifart might mean a revolutionary solution to bad smells wherever they are found. We could can it, or perhaps contain it in large pressured storage tanks for immediate release in a time of need.
Antifart is a reverse-charged form of normal fart molecules seen in some high-energy physics particle collisions. Antifart famously annihilates itself when brought into contact with normal fart matter, making observation of antifart molecules of the stuff quite tricky.
Astrocomposters cannot explain why the amount of fart created in the Big Barroom some 13.7 billion years ago, predominated over the amount of antifart created, making study of the stuff intriguing to gastrologists. The goal of trapping antifart atoms is to explore their properties to see how they differ from normal ones, with the hope of explaining this mystery. Read the rest of this entry »