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    Recently published article on Dive Rite re 02 toxicity

    https://www.diverite.com/uncategoriz...eather-diving/

    Steve will love this.

    Noted as published 2nd Nov 2018 so should be current

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    Guy whose title is "Dr" and the best he can do is...

    "I wuz trained by a guru, innit....

    *load of hearsay*

    love dave"



    Oh and a great bit starting a section with;

    "The biggest mistake many rebreather divers make is to elevate the pO2 at the end of the dive, during decompression."
    Immediately followed by
    "When diving a rebreather the diver is usually exposed to the maximum pO2 for the entire dive. "

    Err pick one?

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    It is very thin on qualitative and supporting data, mainly linked to see how Steve reacted.

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    Tried to put a comment but it's not been posted

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    One of the first things I learned at university (after where the loo was) is that the plural of anecdote is not "data"

    And I (and my dog) regularly climb undergoing extreme exercise with a gas composition that is apparently deadly if I breathe it at surface...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonG View Post
    https://www.diverite.com/uncategoriz...eather-diving/

    Steve will love this.

    Noted as published 2nd Nov 2018 so should be current
    Maybe 2018 . but its just old shite rehashed

    iv been running po2s of 1,45 and 1,6 for 25 years , used all most two j size o2 cylinders on week long OC trip,s
    think ill stick with what works for me ,
    and the line o2 only save,s you a few min,s is total bollox ,

    its a risky bis doing long deep deco dives on oc or ccr , pick the risk your happy with ,
    but if your the feeker running a po2 of 1 , dont feeking pull your face when you climb back in the boat and iv had all the cake , lol

    Jon
    sorry im late to reply, link would not work when i first looked at your post on the weekend , (my shite device not your link)

    PS

    If i ever see a po2 of 1 when in the water id be thinking something is v wrong with my set up .
    Last edited by gobfish1; 12-11-2018 at 10:08 PM.
    None diver as of 2018.

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    just run a 70m dive using the 1 AND 1.2po2 it 51mins longer deco than may norm avg over a dive of 1.45 / 1.5 ish




    so not only are you getting no cake , your going to miss your dinner also , lol

    bad news is im going to miss my 5.30 drinking appointment.
    Last edited by gobfish1; 13-11-2018 at 03:01 PM.
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