You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeDr Patricia Raymond, a physician and a fellow of the American College of Gastroenterology spoke to Refinery29 and explained why some days are gassier than others.Firstly, why do we fart? Everyone farts, with the average being between 5 to 15 times a day according to the NHS.As for why we fart, it a physiological necessity.We need release all that intestinal gas which builds up as a result of digesting food.This gas can be found throughout the digestive tract, including the stomach, small intestine, colon, and rectum.Gas is also automatically accumulated as a result of swallowing air when we chew or talk.The build up can also be caused by accumulating bacteria in our gut and carbohydrates which haven been digested properly.1. In flight farting Have you ever noticed how you a bit more liberal with the farts when you on an airplane?There is a genuine reason behind this.It called and it caused by eating your meals quickly, chewing gum, or drinking lots of carbonated beverages.Chinese pong detecting robot FINALLY allows you to mystery of who farted4. Absorption Now on to the silent but violent variety.5.
The Fran and Dan Keller story popped up in an unusual place last week: the Vanity Fair Confidential documentary series (on the Investigation Discovery TV channel, also available for $1.99 on YouTube). “Nightmares on Main Street” recounts the decades long ordeal of the Kellers, who spent 21 years in prison for alleged “satanic ritual abuse” crimes at their Oak Hill day care center that is, for crimes that never happened. The “forensic files” documentary style is jarringly melodramatic heavy with jump cuts, brooding music and somber narration, and manufactured suspense and is far too credulous of the nationwide Eighties “Satanic Panic” prosecutions.
Say Yes To Life Those are some great additions! I often point out the Buddhism one too because people tend to assume that Buddha is a deity. My mother converted later in life and she follows a denomination that doesn’t put emphasis on Buddha at all. Learning about different religions is one of the best ways to adopt tolerance and understanding.
Although many people remember the VR hype of the late 1980s and early 1990s, you may not realize that the concept of VR has been around longer than that. The idea of transporting yourself to a different place had practical uses in the military and entertainment fields. For example, the US military put a lot of effort and money into making VR in order to help train pilots.