A sneeze expels air forcibly from the mouth and nose in an explosive, .... It has
also been stated that one says "(God) bless you" so that one does not catch the
Mar 14, 2014 ... Your sneezes travel up to 100 miles per hour. At least, according to some. ... Your
heart does not stop when you sneeze. Despite the persistent ...
Sep 17, 2013 ... ... from a sneeze and then inferred the speed at which air must travel across a
liquid surface to form them. ... The warm air from the sneeze has a different
refractive index than the ... Have a burning science question you'd like to see
answered in our FYI section? ... Why Does Bright Light Make Me Sneeze?
Learn more about why you sneeze in this article for kids. ... together, in just the
right order, to send that irritation flying out of your nose. And fly it does —
sneezing can send tiny particles speeding out of your nose at up to 100 miles per
Sep 28, 1999 ... Sorry it took a little while to find you an answer on your sneezing question. ... In
grade school I was amazed to find out how fast a sneeze really ...
The air from a human sneeze can travel at speeds of 100 miles per hour or more
-- another good reason to cover your nose and mouth when you sneeze -- or ...
Did you know that the particles in a sneeze travel at 100 miles per hour? ... the
roof of the mouth, forcing breath to come out fast through the nose — Achoo!
The pressure of air in your lungs increases, you close your eyes, your tongue ...
of your mouth and suddenly your breath comes out fast through your nose. So
where did the myth originate that your heart stops when you sneeze? ... Sneezes
can travel at a speed of 100 miles per hour and the wet spray can radiate five feet
Mar 6, 2003 ... When you sneeze, your uvula and the soft part of the back of your throat
automatically block your mouth, and all that air is funneled through small nasal
passages. ... Not likely fast enough to get you a ticket in a school zone, though. ...
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