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(EurekAlert)   Some day - and it's not too far off - cow farts will become less stinky   (eurekalert.org) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Israel, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Negev, David Ben-Gurion, Prof. Itzhak Mizrahi's findings, Methane, Beersheba, Greenhouse gas  
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2020-06-01 11:48:57 AM  
Methane doesn't smell (the "gas smell" has to be added).  So if they aren't producing methane, odds are that they will produce even more of the stinky parts.
/this concludes my "well, actually" post for today
//I say "good day"
///and will end it on the third slashie
 
2020-06-01 12:53:39 PM  
Still no cure for:

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2020-06-01 2:22:57 PM  

yet_another_wumpus: Methane doesn't smell (the "gas smell" has to be added).  So if they aren't producing methane, odds are that they will produce even more of the stinky parts.
/this concludes my "well, actually" post for today
//I say "good day"
///and will end it on the third slashie


Can I out "actually" you for a second? Most of a cows methane production is from burps.

/Adjusts glasses
 
2020-06-01 4:16:59 PM  
Maybe Subby should stop hanging around cow's assholes?
 
2020-06-01 7:23:33 PM  
Yeah, I don't think we'll be buying any cow anus air fresheners anytime soon.
 
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