Friday is for Flatulence
As you do, I just typed into the search engine of my Libronix Digital Library the word 'fart'.
Douglas Stuart's Word commentary on Amos returned the following bibliographical reference
Fart, G. "The Language of Amos, Popular or Cultic?" VT 16 (1966) 312–24.
Poor bloke, I bet he had an interesting time at school. It makes me wonder what the 'G' stood for? 'Great'? 'Gaseous'? - both of which would have made for hours of playground fun. And if we want to be utilitarian in our ethics (greatest happiness for the greatest number), there is a case for making it morally necessary that G. Fart should be so named – for the happiness of all of his school 'friends'.
Oh yes, Tübingen library also has the following item:
Weber, Susanne L., Surface gravity waves and turbulent bottom friction: the evolution of the wind-wave spectrum in shallow seas, Utrecht, Rijksuniv., Diss., 1989
Which resulted from searching the great Tübingen theological resources library for 'wind' and 'bottom'.
As one does.
Don't look at me like that!
Actually, Tübingen library yields far worse. I also found a 1985 Microfilm document (Beeinflussung des Trunkenheitsgrades durch kombinierte Alkohol- und Medikamenteneinnahme) penned by a certain Peter Schitter. Either he was bullied at school for that or he ought to have been (utilitarianism).