There’s A Reason Why Your Mate Always Farts When You Go Climbing Together
Have you ever been in a situation where you and your friend, colleague or family member decide to go for a walk up a steep hill only to be overcome by a sudden rush of butt wind? If you enjoy the great outdoors, then you will probably have some experience of this.
Or maybe you work in a job that requires you to ascend to a great height suddenly, and you have always wondered why your backside starts to chirp like a canary.
If you are a keen camper, then you probably also have some experience of this windy issue, and you might have been left wondering what the problem might be.
Well, this fluctuance often occurs when climbing or ascending to high altitudes owing to a rapid drop in atmospheric pressure.
So really, you won’t have any control over how much wind you let lose because it is all down to atmospherics. So next time you and your friends go for a climb, then you can blame your wind issue on atmospherics.
At least now you won’t have to keep blaming the noises on those pesky Rocky Mountain Barking Spiders.