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  • drunkenninja
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    Returning too quickly from such depths is associated with a number of health risks, such as decompression sickness (also known as the bends) and nitrogen narcosis from excess nitrogen in the brain, which Gabr luckily avoided.

    Thats what had me worried, if he returned too quickly he would have a real bad time. I wonder what the pressure is at 300 meters depth.

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