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How High My Friend, Brian Warner, Thinks Planes Fly

5 Comments 14 May 2010

My friend, Brian Warner, referenced the altitude of passenger jets the other day. It was in reference to something else, though what that was I cannot remember. My friend, Brian Warner, is smart. Very smart. His comment (Brian Warner’s) was borderline Rain Man-esque. So here, without further ado, is a scale infographic of the estimated altitude of a 747 (provided by my friend, Brian Warner, May 12th 2010 on the 405 Freeway, Los Angeles, CA) versus the altitude of other common objects found in our skies:

airplane-altitude

You’re reading that right. My friend, Brian Warner, thinks that when you travel from California to New York you fly approximately 212.77 times higher than the International Space Station. Almost a quarter of the way to the moon.

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5 Comments so far

  1. Brian Warner says:

    Maybe Im from the future and sometimes I forget that our technology hasn’t caught up to my time.

  2. CCap says:

    looks about right to me

  3. Rrob says:

    Fool!

  4. Ian says:

    Warner’s clearly never seen Nightmare at 20,000 Feet. All of my knowledge comes from old Twilight Zone episodes.


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