Speed of a Sneeze?

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According to scientists, a sneeze can travel at a speed ranging from 150 km/ph to around 300 m/ph. However, the Guinness Book of Records has the record set at 115 m/ph. Medics believe that up to 40,000 droplets can be ejected from your nose and can travel a distance of 2 to 3 metres.
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A sneeze sends between 2,000 and 5,000 droplets of mucus and air flying away from the body at between 70 and 100 miles per hour (112.6 and 160 kph). The spray from a sneeze can extend 5 feet (152.4 centimeters) from the sneezer.
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Particles exhaled during a sneeze can exceed 200 mph.
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A human sneeze can exceed the speed of 100 mph.
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Sneeze particles are in the form of tiny droplets. They are formed due to pressurized blow and known to contain many viral and infectious bodies. The reasons for sneeze are many
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Approx 70m.p.h Apparently if you wasnt to blink, the force would pop your eyes out! Hence in the involentary Closing of eyes!
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