Posted by NickD (126.96.36.199) on April 12, 2001 at 06:34:36:
In Reply to: CH's and barometric pressure....seriously!!! posted by David on April 12, 2001 at 02:03:47:
a CH when flying, if one was coming on, would loose it when climbing, did get a CH in an airliner 7 weeks ago, 275 people packed in a small tube, problems, sat in that tiny seat for 2 1/2 hours on the ground while they were playing with an airspeed indicator, that was hell, no meds, no O2, but when the plane finally took off, it broke, I figured it was all that spent jet fuel large airports are loaded with, millons of pounds of that stuff is burnt getting those rocks off the ground, same with winter, lots of burning going around, coal, fuel oil, wood, garbage, inversions are the worse time, they say to make your home air tight to save on fuel while you have a furnace that is consuming your O2, our nice gas company recently doubled the rates, but you still need incoming air to feed that fire and yourself, problem is, you may be sucking in your neighbors garbage and wood burning.
Post a Followup