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    Psychic finds wrong corpse-great photo of diver

    Psychic finds wrong corpse | The Sun |News

    Appears that tanks are inverted.
    "God is at the bottom of the sea and
    I dive to find him." Enzo Maiorca

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    That it does. I wonder if they did that to avoid the regulator/manifold from getting snarled in all the reeds and what all they were in? Not an UK PSD so I don't know for sure.

    I once saved a man in Wichita just to watch him dive...(inventor)

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    No it s cuz they are in Australia and everything there is upside down..........
    With the privilege of diving, comes the responsibility of conservation. If you dont like this signature I DONT CARE!!!!!!!!

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    lol... you know you are in a scuba forum when...
    All the things we could discuss about that article, and we choose inverted tanks.

    Sine Timore!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rileybri View Post
    No it s cuz they are in Australia and everything there is upside down..........
    Nah we are the right way around you just have too stand on your head

    It is standard practice for the police here, supposedly less chance of entanglement and better gas management in zero visibility, as they can't see a pressure gauge and won't spend the money for HID, turn one tank off when you can't breath turn it back on and surface
    Any dive you survive is a good dive

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    Quote Originally Posted by scubastud View Post
    lol... you know you are in a scuba forum when...
    All the things we could discuss about that article, and we choose inverted tanks.
    Isn't that the way it shold be????

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    Quote Originally Posted by navyhmc View Post
    Isn't that the way it shold be????
    I agree as i thought all along that is what we are supposed to do, please dont tell me I am wrong I hate being wrong... Once I thought I was wrong but I was just mistaken, lol!!!!
    Inverted tanks are so the air comes out easier, here we are tougher and just suck it through the straw attached to the tops
    Lets see, to dive or not to dive? Well that is a stupid question, DIVE, DIVE, DIVE, and then DIVE some more as long as it is safe!!!!!

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