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Life as a professional poo diver

Next time you’re having a shit day at work, spare a thought for Australia’s professional poo divers. They suit up and dive down into toxic ponds of excrement to make sure the country’s sewerage processing plants are running well.

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TechDeco The new app on the block, and it is good!

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 […]

My son enjoying the beach

Snorkeling

Diving has all the required elements to be a family activity. If you want to introduce your kids to diving, they can start doing snorkeling at an early age. My son’s first contact with the water was when he was 9 months old, doing a series of exercises that helped him later on to familiarize […]

Understanding nucleation as a process and what divers can do to mitigate it.

Wednesday letter What’s new: I added the following text on the physiology course: Divers have a generalized concept that decompression bubbles form with ascent and reduced its sizes with a decrease in ambient pressure but this isn’t completely accurate, tiny microbubbles are already present prior depressurization. Which means that two factors should be present for […]

World Record Rebreather Dive Oct 28th 2004 (Author: Dave Shaw)

If you’re frequent reader, you’d noticed that we review events occurred at the diving community. Because history should be studied and comprehend, for two main reasons: first, “learn from it” and secondly, “to know where we came from”. Without further ado, lets get into this wonderful article lost in time over the net (printed as […]

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Ascent Rate, 60ft./min.?

Have you ever asked to your instructor how was calculated/ came-up-with the ascent rate of the tables or computer that you used? Do you think it reflects basic fact of human physiology? Well, the short answer is no. The selection was made by the USA NAVY based on a compromised between work and safety. At […]