|MadSci Network: Biophysics|
I want to know the maximum depressurization that people could survive provided oxygen masks were available on a commercial flight at about 30,000 feet. Assuming the cocpit is not deprssurized. My friend and I were talking about planes getting depressurized in movies and I wanted to know what would actually happen. This is something that I have often wondered and I have not been able to find an adequet answer. Your insight would be appreciated.
Re: what kind of depressurization could people survive on an airplane?
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