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    If it's your rig, I can recommend one of these: ...

    If it's your rig, I can recommend one of these:

    https://chameleondirect.co.uk/product/parrot-mki9200-bluetooth-hands-free-car-kit-with-music/
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    BSAC insurance is designed to work when diving...

    BSAC insurance is designed to work when diving with other members in the UK, as you effectively cover each others' liability & the NHS covers any medical needs.

    For diving abroad or with non-BSAC...
  3. What's the price difference? I think that's going...

    What's the price difference? I think that's going to be the main differentiator between the two.

    I'm a bit out of touch on computer hardware atm, but it looks to me like performance will be...
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    Luxury!

    Luxury!
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    Webshite says 18.5 at the surface today - I'd...

    Webshite says 18.5 at the surface today - I'd expect 7-10 at depth. Vobster's a deepish body of water in a deep hole - doesn't get much direct sun per day
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    Looks like a gunnel or some kind of blenny to me

    Looks like a gunnel or some kind of blenny to me
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    I loved it :)

    I loved it :)
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    Top Gun: Maverick - superb Jurassic World...

    Top Gun: Maverick - superb
    Jurassic World Dominion - rubbish
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    Most fuel cell designs are limited by the...

    Most fuel cell designs are limited by the hydrogen issue - either from the barriers to supplying it or the issues in containing it.

    Neither approach is likely to be a viable alternative to...
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    Greg Bear Astonishingly good hard Sci-Fi ...

    Greg Bear

    Astonishingly good hard Sci-Fi

    "The Way" series is superb
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Way_(novel_series)
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    As I understand it, the move from rail to road...

    As I understand it, the move from rail to road was mainly to boost Leyland and incentivise road projects as post-recession stimulus. Quicker and easier than rail network expansion. If Thatcher's crew...
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    Hobbit holes! ...

    Hobbit holes!
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    Exactly what I did - 500 on fleabay & sent for...

    Exactly what I did - 500 on fleabay & sent for upgrade. I like the fact that at 1st glance it looks like a lightly battered classic :D
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    Indeed. And with the saturation of postnormalism,...

    Indeed. And with the saturation of postnormalism, even academic figures are routinely massaged in favour of a political or commercial agenda. Such is life in our post-truth world - fake news...
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    That's because it is. I quite agree. I don't...

    That's because it is.


    I quite agree. I don't think that will happen, however, which will sadly delay implementation.



    https://www.eia.gov/outlooks/aeo/assumptions/pdf/table_8.2.pdf

    US...
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    IKR - cost is the main thing that made me go...

    IKR - cost is the main thing that made me go inspo. Fully tricked-out XPD 2020 unit & training for a third of the cost of other units.
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    That's a very metropolitan viewpoint. Electric...

    That's a very metropolitan viewpoint. Electric vehicles aren't much use to hauliers or people who live in rural areas.



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    Yep - political expediency
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    The engineering looks very cool. Not sure about...

    The engineering looks very cool. Not sure about hydrogen tho - the difficulty of making it safe to store useful amounts of it is the sticking point.

    Have you seen the new flameless engine design...
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    Not a fan of revos then? :D

    Not a fan of revos then? :D
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    Yeah vehicle fuel is the trickiest thing to...

    Yeah vehicle fuel is the trickiest thing to tackle. Electric's great for urban areas, but becomes more useless the more rural you get. Also, the environmental costs are just outsourced to the battery...
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    Expense isn't the issue. Everything's expensive -...

    Expense isn't the issue. Everything's expensive - including fossil fuel. The reason fossil is still a thing is because it has the lowest cost per MWh. It's not the input cost that's the thing - it's...
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    I don't think anyone (including big oil)...

    I don't think anyone (including big oil) disagrees with the need to migrate away from fossil fuels.

    It's my belief that nuclear (as in modern & near-future designs, not old gen2/3 uranium plants)...
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    Lanny (a member on here) has a dive centre down...

    Lanny (a member on here) has a dive centre down the road from where you're staying - I'd recommend him

    https://underworldtulum.com/
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    Where's that Wozza?

    Where's that Wozza?
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    Finished off the scrubber in vivian :)

    Finished off the scrubber in vivian :)
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