Answer: It all depends on how much power is in the engines that can enable an airplane to take off at a steeper or shallower angle. Airplanes used for air shows and fighter jets are able to take off at a steep angle. Bush planes can also take off at a steep angle. A heavily loaded Air Bus, on the other hand, needs more clearance to be able to take to the air and thus may take off at a more shallower angle than a typical CF-18 Hornet would!
Answer: The PBY was by far the most famous. Although, both US & IJN battleships and cruisers had scout planes (reconnaissance planes) stored on board their warships for artillery spotting (to adjust gunfire). These aircraft were equipped with pontoons; they were catapulted off, then after returning they were lifted back on board again by a shipboard crane.
Answer: A LOT less. Even if the NRA´s claim is true that it is people, not guns, killing other people, killing people with your bare hands is much more difficult and time-consuming than it looks in the movies. Moreover, apart from their use in crimes most killings by privately owned guns are suicides and accidents.
Answer: Researchers estimate that 5.4 million people died from 1955 to 2002as a result of wars in 13 countries. Data from new studies suggeststhat 378,000 people worldwide died from a war-related death eachyear between 1985 and 1994, the medical journal The Lancet reportedin 2006 that an estimated 650,000 Iraqi civilians had been killedby that time since the start of the war.
Answer: No way for us to answer- throughout the world, there is no uniform reporting. You also have deaths caused by military use of firearms, law enforcement use, etc. When researching , DO be careful of the data you are looking at. One set of claimed numbers of deaths of "Children" from guns set the age of "Children" to be 26 yrs of age and younger, and including deaths that occurred while the "child" was attacking someone that defended themselves, or was killed by a police officer while committing a crime. Best data for the US MAY be from the FBI Uniform Crime Report.
Answer: Generally, MS is not considered to be a fatal disease. The deathsthat occur happen due to complications of the disease. The averagelifespan of a person with MS is typically lower than someoneunaffected by the disease by 5-20 years.
Answer: You can answer this question by going to the NTSB site and looking through the accident data base. According to the NTSB, there have been 24 aircraft crashes in California so far in 2010. 6 of those crashes did have fatalities. In those 6 crashes, 15 people died. One of those fatal crashes was a helicopter with 4 fatalities.
Answer: Well, airplanes help transport people and luggage in a more efficient time than other forms of transpotation. Although planes suck up a lot of gas they also transport more people at a time than most forms of transportation as well. Along with all of those they also give great views of landscape.
Answer: Before planes were invented, people would travel by railroad, horseback, or by wagons except for the wealthy who could travel with automobiles. Long travel was done by ship. Other kinds were horses in carriages and some small-ish cars.
Answer: No one dies from a panic attack as it is a release of hormornes. Though it can and probably will make you feel detatched from the world, confused, dizzy, cheast pains, lightheaded, incredibly fast heartrate which may beat iregllulary. Remember it wont last forever and noone dies from a panic attack.Distraction is the best method.