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Mythbusters! New never before seen clips! (Banned from Discovery) Answered

Hi,
Here are a few clips most of you have probably never seen before. They are banned from discovery and never actually aired on tv. They aren't even on the mythbusters site. So here for your enjoyment 2 never before seen Myths.

Missing flatus experiments (Lighting Farts, Do pretty Girls Fart :)

Just a quick note. There are two versions of mythbusters. One with a British announcer and one with a stupid American announcer> I hate the American announcer. He sounds so stupid. In general British people sound smarter than Americans in my opinion. I think that Americans think British sound smarter because Americans are only exposed to the only the smarter smaller percentage of the British. Why do you think British people sound smarter than Americans and what do you think of this great hidden clips.
Thanks

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ewilhelm
ewilhelm

13 years ago

I've been looking for a place to post this, and I just couldn't bring myself to create a forum topic about it:

Flatulence expert defines 'normal' output rate
From the article:
The conclusion: "Women had more sulphur gas and were judged to have more potent odour."

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Coyotye
Coyotye

Reply 12 years ago

:)

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Coyotye
Coyotye

Reply 12 years ago

the 25th bloo looks like adam

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trebuchet03
trebuchet03

Reply 13 years ago

From the same article

Colonic explosions: In the early days of colonoscopies, attempts to burn off polyps in the colon ignited explosive hydrogen gas in the colon of several unlucky people, sometimes with tragic results. The colon-cleansing preparations people now take the night before a colonoscopy have solved the problem. Says Levitt: "I've never heard of an explosion in someone who's had a decent prep. But until they used these prep solutions, there was a problem with explosions.'

Perhaps those scenarios on from the Darwin Awards have some merit!

I'll file all of these memories next to the poo knife :p

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joejoerowley
joejoerowley

Reply 13 years ago

Wow, that article is hilarious.
I like this quote from the same article.
Musical toots: In the 1800s Frenchman Joseph Pujol apparently became so adept at controlling his flatulence flow he could sound musical notes. Called "le Petomane _ the fartiste _ he was reputedly the highest paid performer in France at his prime.
BTW, what is the poo knife? Someone want to get me up to date about this interesting object.

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Dr.Paj
Dr.Paj

13 years ago

Jamie went to the high school I am currently attending right now. Heres a hint, it's in Indiana.

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joejoerowley
joejoerowley

Reply 13 years ago

Thats so cool! Do you go to North HS, or East HS?

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Dr.Paj
Dr.Paj

Reply 13 years ago

North, It was built around the 50's I think. So its getting old and run down, also it's crowded, 600+ students per grade in the building at once.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

13 years ago

Cute, in more ways then one LOL

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KentsOkay
KentsOkay

13 years ago

Haha! I've seen this one before, whilest doing research into wether fart lighting was a possible way for dragons to breathe fire... Man, he could only bring himself to give off a little toot, a sonorous blast will send off a fireball...

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its a lion
its a lion

Reply 13 years ago

... Wait, let me reread that... Yep, it says what I thought it said. Exactly what brought you into doing that research?