Boy Strongly Feels The Effects Of G-Force Acceleration

ViralHogPublished: September 5, 201615,687 plays$35.92 earned
Published: September 5, 2016

Our bodies are surprisingly resilient in many situations, but <a href="" target="_blank">rapid acceleration</a> is not one of them. While the human body can withstand any constant speed—be it 20 miles per hour or 20 billion miles per hour—we can only change that rate of travel relatively slowly. Speed up or slow down too quickly and it's lights out for you, permanently.

Gz-forces come into play when rapidly changing vertical direction, such as when a plane pulls out of a steep dive. This 12-year-old boy was very curious and wanted to see if Tex could put him to sleep. As the plane tumbles in the air, the boy is heartily enjoying the turning of the plane until one moment when his face starts distorting. It begins with a wide smile on his face and then it changes to a funny extension of what it looks like his face but weirdly stretched.

His head freely falls, his face is droopy, his lips sag down because of the gravitational force and the skin around his eyes becomes thinner and thinner. The final touch of the gravity makes his head plummet and he stays in a state of sleepiness for a few seconds. His comeback is hilarious - as soon as he pulls himself together and comes around, he grins a cute and honest smile, all happy and satisfied because of this memorable experience. Riley Gets G-LOC'd (Gravity Induced Loss of Consciousness) - a term generally used in aerospace physiology to describe a loss of consciousness occurring from excessive and sustained <a href="" target="_blank">g-forces</a> draining blood away from the brain causing cerebral hypoxia.

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