Why do you fart more on airplanes? #shorts #science #SciShow #airtravel

If you ever find yourself a bit gassy when you fly in an airplane, you're not alone. There's a scientific reason that you fart more when you're cruising at altitude. But that probably doesn't make your seatmate feel any better. Hosted by: Hank Green (he/him) Emily Davenport: Writer
Rachel Garner: Fact Checker
Amy Peterson: Script Editor
Madison Lynn: Videographer
Faith Schmidt: Script Supervisor
Savannah Geary: Editor, Associate Producer
Daniel Comiskey: Editorial Director
Sarah Suta: Producer
Caitlin Hofmeister: Executive Producer
Hank Green: Executive Producer Sources:
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Boyle’s Law


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