Toxic Chemical in plane fuel can poison flyers

Some of the most popular airlines in the world have high levels of “toxic” fumes on their aircraft, which could prove dangerous to both passengers and crew, according to a probe. German television Network and the Swiss Broad casters took swab samples and found levels of dangerous toxin on several planes.

Toxic Fumes on Aircrafts

Toxic Fumes on Aircrafts

Leading toxicologist Christian van Netten analysed 30 swabs taken and found 28 samples contained high levels of tricresyl phosphate (TCP). Found in modern jet oil, TCP can lead to drowsiness, headaches, respiratory problems or neurological illness- Therefore called as Aero toxic Syndrome. The researchers said that because the air in the aircraft cabins is usually not filtered, TCP could easily seep in via AC and inhaled by cabin crew and passengers. It creates passengers in a “Zombie-like condition” since EPAAQ ( Expert Panel on Aircraft Air Quality) is doing a research to find more clues, no definitive scientific evidence had been found to prove aircraft poisoning to date.

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~ by anand213 on February 23, 2009.

3 Responses to “Toxic Chemical in plane fuel can poison flyers”

  1. sunday in the middle of the night i saw something in my vision an airplaine crashed and inside it a toxic weapon spreadded out and a lots of people contamineted and got executed by the authorities for not spreading the deasise any farther………….now what would you do to stop it ? to prevent death from happening

  2. sunday june 27,2010 day of my vision

  3. something coming-something strong-something some of us been waitting on for years-but i can’t see clearly from that thing cause that thing has no side-colonization!they already among us ,they will get rid of the entire human race but our shape will remain , now asks yourself who is under that skin? who is waiking up next to you in the monrning , who you are working, walking talking,and having sex with? the answer is there solve the puzzle your genetic type x can combine with any unknown species

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