A sneeze, or sternutation, is a semi-autonomous, convulsive expulsion of air from
the lungs .... When one of you sneezes, let him say, "Al-hamdu-Lillah" (Praise be
to God), and let his bro...
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 are full of hot air. ... So if one person
sneezes - 200mph and another sneezes, on the average, 30mph, then maybe
you will come up with a ...
Sep 17, 2013 ... 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 ...
Jun 14, 2009 ... Scientists study the ways we cough and sneeze to shed light on how ... of the
virus is to wash your hands and cover your mouth when you cough or sneeze. ...
with tiny droplets of olive oil or theatrical smoke to track how air moves, .... Its that
time to watch out for a simple sneeze and cough they do travel fast!
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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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 ...
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 ...
Apr 10, 2014 ... Sneezes emit a gas cloud full of germs that linger in the air and spread ... The
video above uses high-speed imaging to show how far some droplets travel after
a sneeze. ... “If you ignored the presence of the gas cloud, your first guess would
be that larger drops go ... “Where does the pathogen actually go?
Sep 20, 2013 ... But how far do they actually travel? ... these expelled large droplets are carried
more than 6 m away by exhaled air at a velocity of 50 m/s (sneezing), more than
... If you've ever wondered how big sneeze droplets can get, science is currently
on the case. ... Ask LH: Does Napping Change Your Metabolism?