Marine Scientist and Master Instructor
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Joe Dituri tells a great parable:Everything in deco is approximation, isn't?
If I cannot trust COMEX, I don't know who I can trust about deco!So you are falling back on those COMEX tables, which do not apparently mean what you think they mean.
The great fall-back response. It is all approximate so let's just make stuff up and use it...
This is in the same category as "my opinion is just as valid as your opinion."
We are not talking about opinions.
We are talking about depth averaging as the input to a calculation of nitrogen uptake, which is exponentially related to depth, not linearly related to depth. Sure you may not be very wrong with your answer, but if that is good enough for you, go for it.
You are arguing with a narrow example that coincidentally works in a narrow set of conditions.
Oh, One day I’ll work up to having your vast well of experience.Fixed that for you.
Not sure why you say this. There are various levels of understanding....and denying.decompression theory that even the world’s experts can’t quite grasp.