Why it's physically impossible to open an airplane door mid-flight

Airplane doors are impossible to open mid-flight. This is because cabins are pressurized to make sure passengers can breathe, sealing the doors shut.
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Why it's physically impossible to open an airplane door mid-flight

Why it's physically impossible to open an airplane door mid-flight

Airplane doors are impossible to open mid-flight. This is because cabins are pressurized to make sure passengers can breathe, sealing the doors shut.

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We mapped out the ghost kitchens run by ex-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick's CloudKitchen and competitor REEF Technology. See where the battle for ghost kitchen dominance is heating up.
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We mapped out the ghost kitchens run by ex-Uber CEO Travis Kalanick's CloudKitchen and competitor REEF Technology. See where the battle for ghost kitchen dominance is heating up.

CloudKitchens converts warehouses into multiple individual kitchen spaces, while REEF operates delivery-only kitchen trailers in parking lots.

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The bank that lent Trump money to buy an $18 million home next to Mar-a-Lago is the latest lender to cut ties with the president following the US Capitol siege

The bank that lent Trump money to buy an $18 million home next to Mar-a-Lago is the latest lender to cut ties with the president following the US Capitol siege

Professional Bank, which lent Trump money to buy a home in Florida, joins Deutsche Bank and Signature Bank in cutting ties with the president.

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INTERVIEW: Max Levchin couldn't get a car loan, so he founded Affirm. The buy now, pay later fintech raised $1.2 billion in its public markets debut.
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INTERVIEW: Max Levchin couldn't get a car loan, so he founded Affirm. The buy now, pay later fintech raised $1.2 billion in its public markets debut.

INTERVIEW: Max Levchin couldn't get a car loan, so he founded Affirm. The buy now, pay later fintech raised $1.2 billion in its IPO.

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Here's what happens now that Trump has been impeached a 2nd time by the House

Here's what happens now that Trump has been impeached a 2nd time by the House

On Wednesday, the House of Representatives passed an article of impeachment against Trump for inciting an insurrection.

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Morgan Stanley says to buy these 26 economically sensitive stocks poised to outperform as oil prices spike 10% by year-end
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Morgan Stanley says to buy these 26 economically sensitive stocks poised to outperform as oil prices spike 10% by year-end

Morgan Sachs and Goldman Sachs have both upped their oil forecasts, here's why - as well as 26 stocks to play the commodity's recovery.

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REVIEW: The $60,000 Polestar 2 luxury EV solves the worst part about driving a Tesla

REVIEW: The $60,000 Polestar 2 luxury EV solves the worst part about driving a Tesla

This is what happens when you take a company that knows how to build cars, give it a bunch of money, and then leave that company to do so.

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$1.5 billion digital-health startup Ro wants to be your online doctor. Here's how its coronavirus response rooted in rapid at-home testing fits into the new unicorn's long-term strategy.
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$1.5 billion digital-health startup Ro wants to be your online doctor. Here's how its coronavirus response rooted in rapid at-home testing fits into the new unicorn's long-term strategy.

Ro will begin offering at-home rapid COVID-19 antigen tests that provide results in 15 minutes, in partnership with computer vision startup Gauss.

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Affirm CEO and 'PayPal mafia' member Max Levchin just became the third billionaire minted by the 'buy now, pay later' boom
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Affirm CEO and 'PayPal mafia' member Max Levchin just became the third billionaire minted by the 'buy now, pay later' boom

PayPal cofounder Max Levchin is now worth $2.5 billion after the IPO of Affirm, which opened at $90.90, after pricing at $49. He's in good company.

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Accenture salary data reveals how much it pays for jobs in consulting, data science, engineering, and computer programming
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Accenture salary data reveals how much it pays for jobs in consulting, data science, engineering, and computer programming

Consultants can make up to $140,658, and tech solutions managers can make as much as $225,900, according to Insider's salary analysis.

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