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    Where do smells go?

    Lets say a skunk sprays and it gets stinky for a bit. Then the smellll goes away. Where did the smell go?
    Are all smells trapped some place? Do they all exist but are masked by smells other things put off?
    Does smell rise like hot air?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossco View Post
    Where do smells go?

    Lets say a skunk sprays and it gets stinky for a bit. Then the smellll goes away. Where did the smell go?
    Are all smells trapped some place? Do they all exist but are masked by smells other things put off?
    Does smell rise like hot air?
    Is anything actually taught in science in schools anymore?
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    I like the smell of skunk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggles View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rossco View Post
    Where do smells go?

    Lets say a skunk sprays and it gets stinky for a bit. Then the smellll goes away. Where did the smell go?
    Are all smells trapped some place? Do they all exist but are masked by smells other things put off?
    Does smell rise like hot air?
    Is anything actually taught in science in schools anymore?
    Ya, the atomic weight of helium is...oh wait i forgot that because it was useless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilmiss View Post
    I like the smell of skunk.
    You sick freaK!!!!!!!!!


    smell floats in to the air i think, thats how farts go away
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrolyBoo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Lilmiss View Post
    I like the smell of skunk.
    You sick freaK!!!!!!!!!


    smell floats in to the air i think, thats how farts go away
    but where do they go?
    If they just drift off then you'd think they'd have accumulated over the years.
    Is the world smellier now than it was 10 years ago?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossco View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by BrolyBoo View Post

    You sick freaK!!!!!!!!!


    smell floats in to the air i think, thats how farts go away
    but where do they go?
    If they just drift off then you'd think they'd have accumulated over the years.
    Is the world smellier now than it was 1B.C years ago?
    thats a better question, Foo
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    1 before christ years ago.

    Lets just say 2007 years ago

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    Heat rises so farts go up in to the stratosphere . Reminds me of a Ren and Stimpy episode , where Ren is looking for his fart . Calling "Oh Stinky " where are you ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rossco View Post
    Where do smells go?

    Lets say a skunk sprays and it gets stinky for a bit. Then the smellll goes away. Where did the smell go?
    Are all smells trapped some place? Do they all exist but are masked by smells other things put off?
    Does smell rise like hot air?
    I imagine the active agent in the chemical in skunk spray emitting the smell dies off thus cutting off the smell.

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