Best. Infographic. Ever. posted in Culture / Read in Estimated reading time: 0 minutes Less than a minute / on January 29, 2010 / by Nathan Campbell / SHARE Tweet The heading is only true if you’re a teenage boy and obsessed with passing gas and want to know more about your flatulence. I learned new things. Source: Online Education Leave a comment: [6 ] Tweet Follow @nm_campbell PREVIOUS POST← How to not be very good at Facebook NEXT POSTWhy you shouldn’t drink bottled water afterall → 6 Comments → Best. Infographic. Ever. AndrewFinden January 29, 2010 at 3:58 pm The tone is lowered enough for me to ask this, assuming there is someone with enough scientific knowledge to answer: In freezing temperatures, when one exhales, the warm air condenses. Is the chemical makeup of flatulence such that it occurs then too? Basically I'm asking if it's visible in freezing conditions. Jack Lim January 31, 2010 at 9:06 pm The basic chemistry would say yes, but normally in freezing conditions it does not get to escape directly into the cool air being filtered by layers of clothing so it would not normally seen. Of course, the best way to confirm is to test it. Germany in winter would be a good time, Ja? Nathan February 4, 2010 at 10:26 am Jack, I am so glad you stopped by to provide a response to Andrew's question. I had been pondering it myself until I read your response. Welcome to commenting. AndrewFinden February 5, 2010 at 8:23 am hmm… my only problem now lies in finding a willing observer! Joanne February 4, 2010 at 10:14 am Hey, great blog! My 11 year old son and I have learnt something new tonight, and he can't wait to share all his new knowledge with his mates at school. My recent post Dairy free. Nathan February 4, 2010 at 10:25 am Thanks Joanne, Lets hope he shares vicariously rather than directly. Comments are closed.