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Infrared Flatulence


(if you can’t see the video, click here)

Good thing we don’t have vision in that spectrum … no one could ever blame the dog.

9 Responses to “Infrared Flatulence”

  1. on 30 Mar 2007 at 11:09 pm Mist 1

    I don’t blame the dog.

    I blame the cat.

  2. on 30 Mar 2007 at 11:27 pm Bunk

    Mist 1 — You are very astute. You place the blame correctly. Humans and dogs do it in inappropriate places by accident. Cats do it intentionally and with purpose.

  3. on 31 Mar 2007 at 8:15 am Anthony

    Wow.. hehehe I want to know where to get a camera that can do that :)

    Anthony
    Journey Through Divorce

  4. on 31 Mar 2007 at 8:35 am SxyPaula

    That’s so gross! lol

  5. on 31 Mar 2007 at 10:32 am Howard

    Trouser ghosts are REAL!!! RUN!!!

  6. on 31 Mar 2007 at 3:19 pm Hughie

    Too funny!

    Take a camera, have a friend hold a bottle of talcum powder at his side and at the appropriate moment he squeezes out a few puffs. Then, invert the video image to a negative image and you create the FLIR effect.

    I’m guessing.

  7. on 31 Mar 2007 at 4:12 pm Anita Bath

    Hughie – it’s far more likely that this is a real FLIR video, but the guy has a can of compressed air in his pocket. On an IR camera black=cold and white=hot, so the black air doesn’t make sense for a real fart unless he was sticking ice cubes where they don’t belong.

    Pretty funny and creative either way.

    You might also like this edited version of the same video. I laughed pretty hard at the sound effects. 😉

  8. on 03 Apr 2007 at 6:55 pm chris

    that last fart was quite lengthy wasn’t it…… i could be wrong. but shouldn’t the farts appear as a white cloud as they’re temperatures practically the same as his arm which is white??? i couldn’t help but notice….maybe they used negative/inverted color film.

  9. on 24 Aug 2007 at 7:46 am Online Anime

    I agree there Chris, there’s no way it’s fart.

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