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Posted by Chuck Tribolet on June 14, 2005 at 21:28:41:

In Reply to: Re: Until you become a tech instructor posted by North Coast Diver on June 14, 2005 at 17:40:42:

The real root of the problem, Karl, is that you
post stuff that's just plain wrong, and obvious
even to little old me who doesn't have a dive
master pasteboard (but has about 3x more dives
than you, and has never been bent).

And then you never say ANYTHING to refute what I
point out about your posts, except to call me names. Since you never defend the content of your
pontifications, the reader can only assume that
you CAN'T defend them.

What I post IS sanctioned by the training agencies.
What you post is NOT.

You claimed "best mix" was taught by TDI. They
do teach something called "best mix" but it's not
anything like what you call "best mix". TDI's
"best mix" is just "pick your mix so that the
MOD is the same as your planned max depth."
Yours is some mish-mash of MOD, tank size, and
diving all day without getting bent.

It's not about arguing, it's about safety.


Chuck



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