Evolutionary Theory of Farts

Saturday, July 9, 2005

The Original "Fart Faces"

Getting away from single-celled creatures for a while, we now look at the original Fart Faces, the mollusks. Mollusks include a wide reange of animals, including squid, octopus, snails and clams. These creatures had only one way to fart, through their mouths. Thus the biologic term, "Fart Face."... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, July 8, 2005

Controversy . . .

I must warn those who enter this blog that there is a highly controversial issue, the issue of continuity. Just as there is a "missing link" in the evolution of man, there is a "missing stink" in the evolution of farts. We cannot definitively trace our farts, those of men and women, to those of the... Sign in to see full entry.

Fart Terminology for the Serious Student

In oder to stay on the same page in our discusions, let's get some of the terminology down, at least a few terms. Once-celled creatures, about the time one-celled creatures were coming into being were dying off from the heat of the sun. They were literally exploding from inner gas presure. Those few... Sign in to see full entry.

When was the first fart?

Farts pre-date history. There is the creationist view that Adam farted the first fart, causing the first look of disgust ever from Eve. The evolutionary view is that farts were popular among early pre-human primates, and that farts followed the evolutionary chain up through mankind. The debate of... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, July 6, 2005

Shucks

I had hoped to put this exploration of farts into a scientific topical area, but there was none, so humor was there, begging for the topic. Anyway, this blog will explore farts and farting. Some questions fill my mind and I seek answers: How did farts origninate? Do they serve a purpose other than... Sign in to see full entry.

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