These are the core obsessions that drive our newsroom—defining topics of seismic importance to the global economy. Our emails are made to shine in your inbox, with something fresh every morning, afternoon, and weekend. Allen Wittman and Andrew Masters are two grown men who make a living selling bathroom humor. Wittman invented the spray in his teenage bedroom when he was in high school and tested it out by pouring four ounces into a heat radiator in a foyer bathroom near the gym, where a basketball game was ongoing in the dead of winter. By halftime, the doors to the school were open in an attempt to rid the room of the smell, despite the snowfall.
NCBI ROFL: Asparagus, urine, farts, and Benjamin Franklin (Part I)
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Scientists have lots of questions about Uranus. Why does Uranus look the way it does, why did Uranus form the way it did, why does Uranus differ so much from other gas giants, like Jupiter and Saturn? But I had a more important question. Mostly, there would be hydrogen, helium and methane from the outermost layers of gas. But deeper inside are traces of other gases, said Hofstadter.
13 Possible Reasons Your Urine Smells Terrible, According to Doctors
You probably should, though. Today, we consider urine a market for a number of aspects of our health. In fact, strange-smelling urine can tip you off to a number of health issues. Here, doctors dish on 13 potential culprits behind your stinky pee. No surprise here, folks: Failing to drink enough water concentrates your urine, which can give it a stronger ammonia-like smell than usual, says Dr.
Uranus -- the gas giant, third largest planet in our solar system, named for the Greek god of the heavens -- has a big stinky secret that's been masked by the vacuum of space since time immemorial: it smells like farts. Diligent Gizmodo reporter Ryan F. Hofstadter made it clear that there's not nearly enough oxygen in the atmosphere for humans to even think about breathing.