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ACRO E-mail Archive Thread: [IAC-L:1541] Re: Long Term Effects of G-Forces



                


Thread: [IAC-L:1541] Re: Long Term Effects of G-Forces

Message: [IAC-L:1541] Re: Long Term Effects of G-Forces

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From: "Michael C. Muma" <mcmuma at atc.boeing.com>

Date: Fri, 24 Oct 1997 16:23:15 UTC


Message:

 10/24

Dr. Bill:

I couldn't resist the temptation - we here in the Great NorthWest refer
to the phenom you mentioned as "Vitamin F".

Mike Muma ( no medical affialiation)


Bill607 at aol.com wrote:
> 
> i am a retired physician.  i have wondered about the long term effects of
> both pos and neg G's.  i fly an extra 300 and am 70years.  i seldom pull any
> more than 6 pos and 4 neg.  i don't experience any bad effects.  i have never
> seen any gray even when i pull 8-9 pos G's.  my personal thinking is that
> there are no  bad effects from high G's.  my back hurts a lot
> (kyphoscoliosis--a curve in my spine, both forward and lateral)  it canbe
> hurting a lot, then i go up and do a lot of aerobatics.  when i come back
> down the pain is gone.  works everytime.  i do not know how this works from
> the scientific point of view.   i hope some other iac people can give some
> ideas on this subject.
>                                                  dr. bill davis


                


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