Open the door of the aircraft during the flight is extremely dangerous

Open the door of the aircraft during flight deadly

No, not really.
An experienced pilot and blogger Patrick Smith explained that after takeoff the aircraft doors are under great pressure. That is, to open a door required the strength of Superman. No man, even the world champion weightlifting is a task beyond the power.
So if you are afraid that to some drunken passengers during flight vzbrendit open the door and the passengers will fly over the side, you do not worry about anything. It is absolutely excluded.
This myth is closely related to the following:

If the casing of the aircraft, a small slit, then through it all passengers can "suck" overboard

On assurances Patrick Smith, rapid decompression and subsequent crash could cause an explosion or bomb material structural failure. A small hole in the fuselage - a very different case.
In 2006, when the skin of the aircraft cabin MD-80s Alaskan airlines a gap, Smith had to make an emergency landing. The pressure was really drop, but since leaked evenly distributed on the whole plane, nothing critical has happened and we are well have lasted up to the nearest airport.

At high altitude people get drunk faster

This myth is refuted "Mythbusters." The level of alcohol in the blood on the ground and in the plane, all other things being equal the same. However, since the air on board oxygen usually less people can really feel drunk, even if not touched alcohol.

During the flight, the feces are thrown into the air

Stories of the fallen from the sky right on his head excrement - pure fiction. The pilot can not open the tank with sewage during the flight. If someone on the head fell suspicious substance, the blame will most likely need to flown by the bird.

If you click on the sink, sitting on the toilet on the plane, you can get stuck

You can get stuck only in the event that your body forms a perfect airtight stopper. It's quite difficult. 'MythBusters' Adam Savage tried to do the trick, but nothing he did not. But still better to wash standing.


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