Doing It Right (DIR) is a holistic approach to scuba diving. The DIR approach (and name) evolved out of the Woodville Karst Plain Project (WKPP) in the mid-1990s.
I would decide not to scuba dive -- or climb a mountain, or parachute from an airplane -- if I felt the potential risks and costs outweighed the potential benefits. In the case of scuba diving, such risks include SCUBA apparatus failure, the Bends, nitrogen narcosis, shark attack, or being stranded in mid-sea following a group diving expedition. There would also be the cost of training, certification, and equipment (whether renting or purchasing). How I weigh these against the benefits of diving (the likelihood of adventure, potential for learning, bragging rights among my peer group, etc.) is a judgment call that only I can make for me, and only you would be able to make for yourself.
It was not designed to open in mid-air and have nescessary precautions such as the door frame being actually bigger than the door. However, it is still possible and if accomplished, it will risk the 777 breaking up in mid-air
the potential energy of sky diving is while you are in mid air your body is relaxed and the kinetic energy is when you have to pull the parachute to keep him up in the air before he reaches the ground
OF COURS NOT!it wud take that the temperature is -90c for it to freaze
Mid Pacific Air was created in 1981.
Crisis in Mid-Air was created in 1975.
Yes, in fact he can save lives in mid air.
When you kick ball in the mid air, you are "punting" the ball.
A falling book in mid-air has what kind of energy?