There is ample evidence to support the findings of fact made by the Industrial Commission, and, on the facts found, the award appears to be correct.
To debate the different inferences which the parties seek to draw from the evidence would be to travel again the same ground covered by the Industrial Commission. The findings of fact, supported as they are by competent evidence, are “conclusive and binding as to all questions of fact” (N. C. Code 1939, sec. 8081 [ppp]), and on appeal are not subject to review by the Superior Court or this Court, even though we might be inclined to a contrary view if permitted to review the factual deter-*439ruinations. Lassiter v. Tel. Co., 215 N. C., 227, 1 S. E. (2d), 542; Beach v. McLean, 219 N. C., 521, 14 S. E. (2d), 515; Reed v. Lavender Bros., 206 N. C., 898, 172 S. E., 877; Greer v. Laundry, 202 N. C., 729, 164 S. E., 116.
The record presents only a factual dispute, which the Commission has resolved in favor of the injured employee.
Barnhill, J., dissents.