Nah just kidding LOL
Heck what makes you think I'm on a retainer. Like many other folk I like the principle of informed choice.
I like the idea of Alex's list with the make and model of equipment used. Age and experience is helpful
Cause of death also helpful. Im also happy with the one aspect some others dont like namley the cause opinion.
I also like Steve's position that it's just a list of dead divers useful in lts own right.
What I dont like is the number of divers on that list that I knew. And the stories entailed up to the point of death.
What I reaaly dont like is members claiming a single line item on the list to be wrong while not being prepared to state clearly
the fault. That is a spineless and pathetic example of a fellow diver who knows perfectly well, corrected information is more
important than claiming fault while not being prepared to allow correction.
That and the other servile sycophants I guess.
But even that pales into insignificance the way the list has been manipulated by those in powerful positions in the recreational diving industy.
One by way of your example claims in the first page of some dubious science study makes claim of faults corrected while at the same time giving no explanation as to the specific incident. That my friend is the start of a work of deception.
And that is the offense even by your standards.
But for background lets open this up as to the "players" involved in the game when pseudoscience became the control medium for amatuer sports divers. While we wait still for the response as to these "inaccuracies" that were corrected on the list, where known
Note: There are also a number of errors in the procedings above, all minor stuff and no one died on them.
But for the benifit of others these porceding are the basis of the play, it lays out the land, the players and the goal.
"But inaccuracies were corrected where known" I guess.............Yeah right.
Last edited by iain/hsm; 15-09-2021 at 03:20 PM.
Caliph Hamish Aw-Michty Ay-Ya-Bastard, Spiritual leader of Scottish State in England
None diver as of 2018.