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I would very much appreciate receiving your manualsWell the tank has plenty of air so it's only a question of how to use that air for yourself. I do not dive with a pony on recreational NDL dives. My first redundancy is sorting myself then after that asking my dive buddy for assistance. Dody really just wants to know the science of the air in his lungs as he ascends how much is there and how will it expand. Some people want to science the hell out of everything whereas I just want to know how to get to the surface alive without all the science.
I just remembered breath hold diving techniques were taught in my BSAC sports diving classes. In novice classes we covered the Human Life Support System and learned about CO2 buildup etc. Training covered Lung Volumes and residual volumes, tidal volumes. Emergency ascents also covered. Maybe I should send Dody a copy of my manuals as it has all the scientific things he would like to read about. It also covers hypoxia anoxia hyperventilation and other things. Also important is both physical and mental fatigue.
It's good for me to go through my manuals and remember where I learned about such things. As I have not dived a lot recently re-reading my dive manuals is a good thing.