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Why might your eardrum hurt when you travel in an airplane?
Because of the pressure build up in your ears.
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In the inner ear. It's about 2-3 inches inward from the start of your outer ear. ~Karen~
Your middle ear translates sounds that enter your outer ear into vibrations that can be... Ruptured eardrum.
most people's ears hurt after listening to their iPod for a few hours, and it hurts if you listen to your iPod loudly even for a little while.
pollution cause it gives off fumes when it burns airplane fuel apart from that it doesnt really..
Might means that there is a chance that it might happen, can means the same thing. When we get hurt by anything we learn how to get hurt that way the next time. Just like if y…ou burned yourself off the oven, you know that hurt and you will be more careful in future. The same can be said when dating; you will learn how to deal with it the next time it happens.
The atmosphere is filled with constantly moving air streams, determined by the temperature differences in various areas of the earth. One of these is the jet stream, which… runs east to west around the world. Source:http://www.ehow.com/facts_7619399_jet-stream-affect-flights.html
yes they do because of jet fuel
It depends on where the airplane lands and where you throw it. It is capable of poking someone's eye out if the tip of the front gets their eye. I would recommend not using on…e around a baby.
It's "are', "Is" is not proper spelling. And the answer is yes.
Through the Ear Canal.
because of a change in atmospheric pressure
The auditory canal allows sound to get to the eardrum.
It's because of the elevation, and air pressure. Therefore, your ears pop, because of all the pressure and sensation.
Because the Pressure is so high and it hurts your head. Surprisingly chewing gum will help stop the hurting
they travel along vibrations that happen every nano-second in the air.
Sound travels into the auditory canal to the ear drum (tympanicmembrane).