The Mythbusters pondered: Can a sneeze really travel 100 mph? ... So while
sneezes still spew snot fast and far, the busted myth proves their much-
Mar 6, 2003 ... Fastest laboratory-tested sneeze: 103 mph. Cough? Somewhere between 60
and 70 mph. Fart? The average human farts 14 times a day, but ...
Sep 17, 2013 ... A long-standing estimate pins the velocity of a sneeze at roughly 100 ... a sneeze
and then inferred the speed at which air must travel across a ...
Mar 14, 2014 ... Cold and flu season may be winding down, but sneezing -- with allergies surely
on ... Usain Bolt Races James Corden, And It Gets Funny Fast ...
Jun 14, 2009 ... Scientists study the ways we cough and sneeze to shed light on how ... some of
them fly out of the mouth at speeds of up to 50 miles per hour.
The average speed of a sneeze is about 100 miles per hour, as noted by WebMD
. Each sneeze packs a germy wallop, too, with each sneeze sending about ...
Sep 28, 1999 ... In grade school I was amazed to find out how fast a sneeze really was and I am
still amazed by the answer I found today. Are you ready for the ...
Apr 22, 2014 ... Dude, cover your mouth! Based on new research from MIT, we know now that
when you sneeze, it can travel as far as 200 feet–all thanks to a ...
Nov 23, 2015 ... MIT scientists have captured high-speed video of phlegm being expelled during
a sneeze. It's as gross as you'd imagine. But learning more ...
Apr 15, 2014 ... The claim: Violent sneezes travel way beyond the (probably grossed ... After
looking at high-speed images of sneezes and coughs, as well as ...