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2017-10-04 09:59:51 PM  
Well, cow farts are a big factor in climate change.
 
2017-10-05 01:02:51 AM  
I turbulate in your general direction.
 
2017-10-05 01:09:05 AM  
People from hotter climates eat spicier foods, you know, like Mexicans do. Which means, as the world gets hotter, more people will be eating Mexican food.

Many, many more people. That is a danger, but not for the reasons you think.

Methane is more dense than nitrogen and oxygen, the primary components of our atmosphere. The added weight of the post-burrito emissions may just be enough to crash a plane, by increasing the density of the air in the cabin.

Does this break thermodynamics?

Maybe. Burrito farts have a lot of thermal energy. They just might he hot enough to break thermodynamics.
 
2017-10-05 05:11:01 AM  
Welcome to Fart?
 
2017-10-05 05:16:26 AM  

Gordon Bennett: Welcome to Fart?


Shake tiny impotent fist. 💨
 
2017-10-05 06:07:42 AM  
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2017-10-05 06:21:58 AM  
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/why the animated gif was invented right?
 
2017-10-05 10:15:14 AM  
I heard there would be less turbulence experienced, because we would be able to better map it, and fly around it. I'll put my money on tech.
 
2017-10-05 10:44:43 AM  
drumhellar:

Methane is more dense than nitrogen and oxygen, the primary components of our atmosphere. The added weight of the post-burrito emissions may just be enough to crash a plane, by increasing the density of the air in the cabin.

Does this break thermodynamics?

Maybe. Burrito farts have a lot of thermal energy. They just might he hot enough to break thermodynamics.


The higher density changes the frictional component of the fluid dynamic lift across the wing, due no doubt to the McReynolds constant and Venturi effects. This is offset by the engine's increased power using the supplemental fuel and passengers' intestinal bloat.

Let's bring back SST, a Concorde II, and power thru the fake turbulence.
 
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