Sneezed particles typically can travel between 13 and 17 feet. However, the traveling distance of a sneeze is commonly reported up to three time that distance, Discovery...
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-
advertised speed and distance stats ... Sneezing will and is different for everyone
who does it.
Apr 10, 2014 ... Sneezes emit a gas cloud full of germs that linger in the air and spread
throughout a ... The video above uses high-speed imaging to show how far some
droplets travel after a sneeze. ... “Where does the pathogen actually go?
Apr 22, 2014 ... ... we know now that when you sneeze, it can travel as far as 200 feet–all thanks
to a previously u . ... Does Football Make Your Morals Queasy?
Apr 15, 2014 ... The claim: Violent sneezes travel way beyond the (probably grossed out) person
sitting next to you. Worse yet, sneezes have potential to ...
Apr 10, 2014 ... Droplets from coughs and sneezes travel farther than you think ... Basically, small
drops can be carried a great distance by this gas cloud while ...
Apr 8, 2014 ... Novel study uncovers the way coughs and sneezes stay airborne for long
distances. ... Indeed, the study finds, the smaller droplets that emerge in a cough
or sneeze may travel five to 200 ... Basically, small drops can be carried a great
distance by this gas cloud ... “Where does the pathogen actually go?
Nov 5, 2014 ... Sneezes travel a lot farther on an airplane than you might think. (ANSYS). No one
... They actually spread quite far." ... And the simulation does not apply to the
much feared Ebola virus, which cannot be spread through the air.
Nov 25, 2015 ... YOU'LL never want to stand next to someone with a cold again after watching this
horrifying clip. Scientists have released a slow-motion video ...
Apr 8, 2014 ... Sneezes can travel far further than we thought - and even form their own cloud to
move, researchers ... 'Where does the pathogen actually go?