Re: Deep Air and Adaptation . . .How Much is Your Life Worth?

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Posted by Kevrumbo on July 03, 2006 at 03:19:34:

In Reply to: Re: Deep Air and Adaptation posted by seahunt on July 01, 2006 at 08:22:37:

Quoting Rich Lockyer on the Deco Stop Board from a few years back:

Technical diving is neither cheap nor convenient. When it comes to doing it right, or merely doing it "safe enough", cost and convenience should not be a consideration. Technical diving is gear-intensie and training-intensive, as well as extremely physically demanding. From a DIR perspective, the [high] cost of helium . . .is not a valid justification [for choosing not to use it], as you are trading cost and convenience for safety. HOW MUCH IS YOUR LIFE WORTH?

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