There are a lot of factors that act upon the airplane, all of which work in tandem to allow an airplane to fly.

Why do we itch?

The sensation of itching is caused when something irritates the skin, which can be caused for a variety of reasons.

Why do we dance?

Dancing is a form of creative expression. We dance because it allows us to be free, to express ourselves, and to enjoy.

Why do we say good night?

Good night is used as a parting phrase that is used to say I hope you have a night that is good.

Why do we say good morning?

Good morning is used as a greeting and to wish someone that they have a morning that is good.

Why do we say hello?

Hello is a form of greeting that is used to acknowledge and greet somebody.

Why do body shivers happen?

The body shivers are a way for the body to regulate its temperature. They may also occur when the person experiences an intense emotion such as fear, happiness, excitement, etc.

Why do bats hang upside down?

Bats hang upside down because it is a defense mechanism. Also, because their wings and hind legs are too weak to help them take flight from stop; hence by hanging upside down the bats can just fall into flight.

Why do we say hello on the phone?

The term ‘hello’ was first used by Thomas Edison to answer the phone. It then became the standard for answering calls.

Why do we twitch while falling asleep?

The twitching during sleeping is caused by involuntary muscle spasms when the body relaxes just prior to falling asleep. It may also be a vestigial reflex to prevent our ancestors from falling out of trees that they slept in.


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