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Name: Madeline
Status: student
Age: 16
Location: N/A
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Date: 1999-2001


Question:
I would like to know the average amount of g-force that would cause a person to pass out.


Replies:
Madelien:

I am not sure, but I do know that it is different for every person...for instance, you may not be affected by a spinning carnival ride, whereas I would get sick! Try contacting NASA via their website and see if you can find anything there. Good Luck

Katie Page



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