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1st Gen Lunchtable Thread - General Discussion

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas (1995-2004)' started by Speedytech7, May 31, 2018.

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    Absolutely. Definitely need to keep the manual labor tuned up, never know when you might need to help a damsel in distress.
     
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    Thats the first thing that came up in my search too.
     
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    But the effects aren't noticed until 20k ft. Not 12k feet.Screenshot_20210306-105727_Drive.jpg



    Here's a link to the complete science study

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sou...FjALegQIMxAC&usg=AOvVaw3aZBJWh31X5yAqDrYZod3N
     
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    I dunno. People definitely get altitude sickness starting at around 10k ft, 12k+ if you are sensitive or aren't acclimated it can be deadly. so maybe the combined lack of oxygen with booze makes you feel more drunk but not necessarily more drunk
     
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    Absolutely. The bigger the relay, the more satisfying the noise too.
     
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    I will agree with that absolutely. And it begs to the subjectivity of what it means to "feel drunk" but that study I linked shows oxygen levels weren't the culprit because the test subjects were given supplemental O2 at 20k and their BAC was much higher than the control group at 12k without supplemental O2. The 3rd test group was at 12k with O2 and they were slightly higher BAC than the non supplemental O2 group but the results were negligible
     
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    Insert Tim the toolman Taylor here
     
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    it’s weird getting excite over things like a new set of pots and pans lol.
     
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    Yeah but I should be buying my own home this summer. Kinda need stuff like this and I'll take all the deals I can get.
     
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    So it's truly just elevation then and not oxygen. I guess that explains why people claim to feel booze more in an airplane at well above 20k, despite the fact that pressure and oxygen are controlled in the cabin. Interesting
     
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    Yea that study was done by the FAA in an attempt to understand the phenomenon. it was inconclusive as to why elevation makes a difference, just the fact that it IS the elevation... trippy stuff


    And I never would've known if I didn't try to look something up in an attempt to be a smart ass to you:laughing:



    So.. thanks for the educational experience?
     
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