Pelagian approach to Instant Cell Validation- A pro active way to really find out if the sensors make sense is to have the diluent FgO2 x ambient pressure pre calculated in 5 m increments on your wrist slate or wet notes. Then go to the nearest depth and exhale half a breath from your nose and inhale slowly. If you inhale very slow for 10 seconds you will get a very accurate reading.
Mike Anghera Interview
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No doubt that his actions inspire others to dream, learn more and become more… Andy Fritz started modifying Russian military rebreathers back in 1997 initially for personal use, but soon enough divers would travel to Thailand to get their rebreathers modernized and themselves trained to use them. Other popular rebreathers had their share of modification […]
My kid and I went fishing and snorkeling the past weekend. We did what in modern parental psychology is called: “quality time“. But what is important with these kind of activities is what both may learn from each other and the opportunity to answer all kind of weird questions that my kid may had to… […]
It’s difficult to describe John, he is the embodiment of a hero, at the same time a wiseman and a gentleman. He is veteran, writer and author. He travel the world engagement different cultures and absorbing them. He is an enthusiastic person with a lot to share… please enjoy.
Anna is an enthusiastic, experienced diver and underwater videographer. With a background in science and additional education in cinematography. 9 years of diving experience, 8 of them as technical diver and
underwater videographer. More than 1000 logged dives. Creative with a natural sense of frame composition. Anna is a storyteller
SSI is happy to announce the release of a new Advanced Wreck Diving certification. The Advanced Wreck Diving program provides divers with the training necessary to independently plan and conduct limited penetration, no-decompression dives within the daylight zone, to a maximum depth or linear distance of 40 meters/130 feet, and using specialized overhead environment equipment […]
BRUCE KONEFE Born in Dearborn, Michigan – 27 March 1961 Graduated from Algonac Michigan in 1979 Four years U.S. Marine Corp as a Combat Engineer (1981-85) Learned to dive while stationed in Okinawa Japan (1981) Became full time scuba instructor in 1994 (PADI OWSI) Become technical diver (ANDI) in 1995 Appointed NSS CDS Safety Director […]
Are you looking for a decompression planner app for Android? Look no farther! Disclaimer: This is only for Android and I don’t know the developer. The user interface (UI) is quite simple but effective, this includes the display and how the user interact with the input and output information. Everything needs to be manage through […]
The overall procedure is consistence and compatible with all levels of training and depth. So divers applied the same set of skills and build upon them. You don’t need to unlearn skills!