How you can improve your performance and safety by understanding why we make good (and bad) decisions.
Thoughts on diving and hydration
Confronted by a genie in a lamp and three wishes, many new divers would ask for a magic spell to make their air last longer on a dive.
One might be forgiven for assuming that as a certified diver, one would understand the science and common-sense behind the basic guidelines governing our approach to decompression stress.
“…The real reasons people don’t provide a higher level of detail are two fold: privacy and legal culpability” was the response recently when I posted a blog (ht
— The Value of Assistants in Dive Operations
The daunting bias against sharks is revealed in full during Shark Week.
Anna’s story: “I was on my eighth or ninth dive, about five minutes in and at a depth of around 13 metres when I realized that my air was not coming out smoothly. I couldn’t think why this should be.