Scientists who study such things (okay, let's not get into why they would want to) agree that birds do not release the raspy eruptions for which humans are known, but they are divided as to whether they fart in any form. One side says they don't fart because their food does not remain in the gut long enough to ferment and produce gas. The other side says they fart, but the gas is released slowly and makes no sound, like we used to try to do in class but often failed.marvluse wrote: ↑Wed Jul 03, 2019 8:55 pmSounds like the National Enquirer with a "science" bent. I'm pretty sure birds fart, for instance. Any mammalian or close life form does. Heck, I'll bet snails fart. So what else is new? "My mother sired a baby with a Martian?" How do mothers "sire" a child?
This is something I do not grok.
The first rule of "easy reading" science is: NO EQUATIONS!
I knew it wouldn't work so didn't even try
e=mc². Easypeasylemonsqueezy. On on Android phone, pressing and holding 1, 2, 3 or 4 on the Google keyboard will give a superscript option for those numbers. On Windows, Ctrl+Shift++ *should* still give superscript. Return to regular script by entering that shortcut again.gitgeezer wrote: ↑Fri Jul 05, 2019 5:39 pmI tried mentioning e=mc2 as an exception, but couldn't get the "2" to superscript. When I pasted it from Word in superscript, it popped back down to standard size. I see you couldn't get it superscripted either.