1. The science of using a highly trained human
or canine investigator to sniff an unclaimed fart
and then back-engineer it's food origins
to identify the perpetrator from a list of suspects.
2. The general
act of smelling a fart
and guessing who did it.
Recent excavations in France have yielded
evidence of early forms of supernasal criminology. Cave paintings have been
found that not only depict Neolithic man smelling the farts
of his fellow man, but also smelling the farts
of his prey. It is believed that early hunter gatherers would sneak
up on their prey and smell their farts
before making a kill. This was a means of identifying the diet of the animal and thus ensuring the nutritional value
of the meat
before bringing it home
to his clan.