I came across this website: Vintage Double Hose and it’s fascinating what I learned about scuba vintage equipment. Actually, I still use my US Aquarius and Conshelf regulators and, believed me, I didn’t know those were considered vintage. The site was created by Bryan in 2004 and accoriding from what I read, he was frustrated […]
Mike Anghera Interview
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We always tend to go to the extreme, “I’m gonna do the open water course with my kids” I hear so many times, but my following questions to them are: How many times your kids had been in the water, at the sea or lake? Do they feel comfortable in the water where they can’t […]
Publications- technical diving A comparative evaluation of two decompression procedures for technical diving using inflammatory responses: compartmental versus ratio deco Bill Hamilton VPM algorithm for repetitive dives poster Clearing Up The Confusion About “Deep Stops” By Erik C. Baker Gradient Factor Decompression Program in Fortran GRADIENT FACTORS Matti Anttila, Ph.D. MV values ON MODERN DIVE […]
His a bold and humble person. A Highly intelligent with a strategic thinking. No doubt that his actions inspire others to dream, learn more and become more… RSS feed 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 […]
Why nobody teaches mobility in scuba? As divers we use a lot of equipment and, swim large distances underwater, plus need to handle situations like maneuvering the manifold, valves, cameras, etc. People tend to think that what they needs is a lot of muscles, but generally divers forgot about mobility. Joint Mobility refers to as […]
Michael’s work and how to connect with him InDepth magazine at GUE Alert Diver Online (Michael’s articles) Diver Magazine (Michael’s articles) Fourth Element Blog (Michael’s post) Shearwater Blog (Michael’s posts) X-Ray mag (Michael’s posts) aquaCORPS Pioneer Interviews aquaCORPS: Everything you wanted to know about the making of the magazine aquaCORPS (free mix issue download) 1 Curiosity […]
Bill is an enhancer; he understands what needs to be done in the current state of the underwater-world. His love for the Philippines and for the western Pacific Ocean is well known. His passion for photography pushes him to travel the world, not only as an explorer of the underwater world, but also as an explorer […]
A Conversation with a Veteran and a Wiseman 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. Click […]
Vacante de presión parcial del oxígeno y el modelo metabólico estático- II parte
05 Feb 2020 | Michael Menduno Traducción: Carlos Lander El artículo esta dividido en dos partes, sin embargo, el original no. La existencia y cantidad de burbujas a nivel vascular esta asociada al síndrome de descompresión o embolia gaseosa (EG). Se teoriza que durante la inmersión, las burbujas se desarrollan a partir de pequeños núcleos […]
Understanding the conclusion of a comparative evaluation of two decompression procedures for technical diving using inflammatory responses: Compartmental versus Ratio Deco.