Posted by Ueli (22.214.171.124) on November 23, 2001 at 17:51:39:
In Reply to: C/H's Barometric Pressure posted by Joe Wasylyk on November 23, 2001 at 16:06:07:
... in our body is a sensor for barometric pressure and how does it work? And how could could it affect CH? After all, pressure change going up or down in an elevator is much more rapid, and its only effect you feel is in the ears, and that only if the eustachian tubes are obstucted by a cold. ......NL...... Our cousin of the chinook is called "Föhn" and it causes a "headache" too in some people, and the number of crazy drivers increases dramatically. But that has nothing to do with the slow change in barometric pressure but rather with the extremely dry air and a reversel in the electrostatic field.
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