In fact, where other photographers would've thrown in the towel after such recurring bouts of airsickness
, Sergeant White single-handedly fills a two-man slot on the team and is credited with capturing every promotional Thunderbird photograph taken during the 2004 season.
My knees went wobbly, and believe me it wasn't the airsickness
Right up there with the world's largest collection of airsickness
bags (Niek Vermeulen's 2,112 specimens in the Netherlands) and the world's most decorated woman (Canadian "strip artiste" Krystyne Kolorful, with 95 percent of her skin tatooed), the 1998 Guinness Book of World Records awards the honor of the world's largest bloom to Rafflesia arnoldii of Southeast Asia.
Now, he will live in space for more than a week, in tight quarters with six other people and in an environment that often afflicts much younger people with persistent, profound cases of airsickness
maybe, all along, my depression has been a kind of airsickness
It is important to note that this D>N>O profile does not match the profiles of other provocative environments, including space sickness, which has an O>D>N profile, simulator sickness, which has an O>N>D profile, or seasickness and airsickness
, which have N>D>O profiles .
These are month to month changes that can give any analyst airsickness
I'm not prone to airsickness
, but I also watch what I consume when I know I'm launching into nastiness when I'm at the controls.
and noise were the spectres haunting the aerial subject.
Add to this a summertime flight in turbulent skies over rocky terrain, and one has a recipe for airsickness
I keep three things chose at hand: A stiff drink, a box of Kleenex and an airsickness
I long since had stopped flying with an airsickness
bag, but I fortunately had a couple of piddle packs in my nay bag.