When you’re 8,500 feet in the air, a healthy bowel movement seldom makes to the top of your priority list. However, the digestive system doesn’t see altitude. It sees urgency.
However, scientists over at Siberia’s highest weather station on top of the Altai Mountains have taken “pissing into the wind” a little too seriously.
This wooden chamber resting at the edge of a snow-covered mountain has its own importance in these scientists.
Partially suspended in air, the wooden chamber offers the ‘user’ a unique experience of defecating on the edge of the world.
The tiny walk from the weather station to the outhouse loo requires scientists to brave temperatures touching close to -50. Yes, -50 Degree Celsius.
Here’s a video chronicling life and piss in and around the world’s most dangerous loo. Check it out: