Planetary Size Smell from Uranus


Uranus stinks and there’s scientific proof.

Researchers confirmed Monday the seventh planet from the sun has an upper atmosphere full of one of the smelliest chemicals known to humans, hydrogen sulfide, according to study published by Nature Astronomy.

The odorous gas is what gives rotten eggs – and human flatulence – their distinctive and unpleasant smell. According to the Environmental Protection Agency, people can smell the gas when it makes up as little as three out of every billion molecules in the air, so imagine what being surrounded by clouds of the stuff would smell like.


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7 Responses to Planetary Size Smell from Uranus

  1. Den says:

    Alright, who had eggs this morning?


  2. David B. Benson says:

    Sunny and warm again.


  3. David B. Benson says:

    By going up Maple Street I then traversed the length of the alley above Michigan Street; a depressing sight but one of the few places on the hill that I hadn’t walked over. So it took 17 minutes to the Hillside Cafe today.


  4. Den says:

    Kitty whoop-ass:


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