A complementary cultural history on the subject of “Flying is safe”
The technical problem is well-known in the industry: the air in an airplane is tapped over the turbines. Turbines are high-performance engines that require a special lubricant to avoid running hot: synthetic oils. One of the ingredients: organophosphates – the basis for pesticides and chemical agents. TCP (tricresyl phosphate), for example, is highly toxic. In the case of engine oils for the car, this nerve is an integral part of the turbine oil. In the meantime, more than 50 other potentially threatening substances are known. And then the next problems begin: for the health of all who fly.
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