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Air Sickness

The air sickness.


  • Clean air should not smell bad. - 13
  • At higher altitudes the atmosphere gets thinner and the air pressure is reduced. - 30
  • We have the right to breathe clean air. - 32849
  • You won't know where you are going, until you know where you are at right now. - 162
  • You need to travel in the right direction, - 166
  • Adults tend to be more resistant to diseases than young children. - 167
  • Aircraft can ignore gravity by increasing thrust and lift. - 282
  • Underwater air bubbles ignore gravity and float to the surface of the water. This is due to density and buoyancy of the bubble compared to the surrounding water. Gravity cannot keep the air bubble down under the water. - 283
  • The airline passengers are required to shut off electronic devices during takeoff and landing. - 626
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Question: What is travel?
  Answer: Travel is a journey going from one place to another place. - 190


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Air pollutants include: pollen, dust, pet hair, dander, dust mites, tobacco smoke, spores, bacteria and viruses.




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