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--- "Wade T.Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Hi Trupeljak Ozren -
> >(I would argue that one can measure
> >dominance over the physical world in simple terms of exactly how
> >energy can you unleash)
> What did I read the other day about the energy value of the methane
> other gases rendered unto the world by the farts of cows...?
> Perhaps this will all be inherited by those who fart last.
> After we blow it up.
> - Wade
Heh heh heh Good one!
Seriously, though, energy levels even possibly achieved by such a huge
fart-fire are not even enough to burn down our atmosphere, much less
move our beloved mother Earth out of the orbit. These are sad news for
many frat-parties, but hey...;P
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