Scientists often hope to break ground with their research. But a group of Australian researchers would likely be happy with breaking wind. The team developed an ingestible electronic capsule to monitor gas levels in the human gut. When it’s paired with a pocket-sized receiver and a mobile phone app, the pill reports tail-wind conditions in real time as it passes from the stomach to the colon.
Thursday, Jan 11th 2018 (12:01am)
The Budde family says it doesn't know how it came to this. The Colorado Springs family has spent weeks trying to get a mystery woman they've dubbed "The Mad Pooper" to stop defecating in their neighborhood, right outside their house.
'I just had this image of alt-right people stomping around in the poop,' says the organizer of an unusual protest ahead of Saturday's Patriot Prayer rally.
Friday, Aug 25th 2017 (7:58am) | Thanks: oma
Believe it or not, this is important science, folks. It turns out that many animals have a sense of the Earth's magnetic fields, possibly even including us.
No spoiler, you're going to have to watch this short video to find out more.
Thursday, Jul 20th 2017 (12:00am)
First, we have a very clever Korean product. It's a little gross to watch but even more unbelievable that it worked.
Next, we have another creative method, however it does have its limitations because it can only be used once per toilet.
Sunday, Jun 11th 2017 (12:01am)
People who suffer from Chronic Idiopathic Constipation (CIC) now have a bunch of emojis to help them better express themselves when discussing their ailment.
Bravo, big pharma.
Saturday, Apr 8th 2017 (3:51am)
We live in the dark ages of post-shit cleanup. In a wide world that has long embraced the effectiveness of anus-washing after doing number two, America hangs back, clutching our rolls of Charmin, despite plenty of evidence that it would serve us better to wash instead of wipe. We may be obsessed with sanitation, yet we insist, against reason, on the least-sanitary, least-healthy option for managing our poop.
Commuter newspaper MetroXpress conducted a survey to see how many Danes make grunting noises while taking care of business on the toilet. It turns out that roughly every third Danish pooper is also a grunter. But two Danish medical experts told the newspaper that the 28 percent of respondents who make pressing noises aren't doing themselves any favors.
Tuesday, Oct 11th 2016 (11:44am)
Kenneth Tennfjord, groundskeeper at the Stavanger Golf Club, said he has been finding human feces and toilet paper in course holes since 2005. "He has a couple of favorite holes," Tennfjord told the Rogaland Avis newspaper. "And we know it is a man because the poos are too massive to be from a woman."
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