Amount of texts to »aviation« 9, and there are 9 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 215 Characters
Average Rating 1.111 points, 4 Not rated texts
First text on Feb 25th 2001, 04:11:38 wrote
slick about aviation
Latest text on Jun 8th 2003, 23:33:55 wrote
Rico about aviation
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on Nov 28th 2001, 21:23:12 wrote
indigo about aviation

on Dec 7th 2001, 23:33:14 wrote
reznicek111 about aviation

on Sep 13th 2001, 22:09:46 wrote
blastard about aviation

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Texts to »Aviation«

Nixie wrote on May 9th 2002, 22:31:01 about


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Planes stay aloft because of the air currents moving past the wings. I saw that on »The Magic Bus« this morning.

modig wrote on Jul 1st 2002, 05:41:41 about


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Planes stay aloft because of the difference in air pressure below and above the wings. As a general rules if a fluid (air included) goes fast, the pressure goes down. So they make the air go faster on top of the plane's wings, and the pressure on top goes down. Then there is more pressure below than above, essentially pushing the plane up.

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