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Up in the air


I’ve always been amazed that we as humans have learned how to get multi-ton machines up in the air. Yes, I know that it has to do with physics and science, but it still feels like a miracle. Now, if I could only get rid of my fear uneasiness of turbulence. Even the flight lessons didn’t really clear that up.

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René F. Najera, DrPH

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  1. The only thing more amazing are the cargo aircraft, with the immense mass that they can transport.
    The largest cargo aircraft in the world is a humongous Russian cargo transport aircraft. The first time I saw that specific aircraft, I wondered that it didn’t run out of fuel just taking off.

    Turbulence rarely has bothered me, largely because as soon as we’re at altitude, I’m out like a light. Always.


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