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Why is a person paralyze after diving in deep waters and his gas oxygen empty during diving?

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It: it refers to anything that is not a person. We went diving last weekend, it was exciting. (Here it refers to diving)

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A person that is good at it.

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Humans breathe pure oxygen in diving suits because that is the gas humans and animals are required to have to stay alive and not suffocate. If a person scuba dives with pure oxygen they should dip a small object in ponaris and rub it on the inside of their nose so the tender skin of the inner nostril doesn't crack and bleed

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The best way to paralyze an appendage (arms or legs) is the to jab them at the joint that connects them to their upper body. To temporarily paralyze someones arm is best to hit them on a certain nerve between their arm and shoulder. To do this, a person would have to rely on a great deal of knowledge and skill to pinpoint this location exactly.

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Yes it is. A diving board is a Class 1 lever. The fulcrum is the screws that hold the diving board in place (the rigid part), the load is the person and the effort force is the force the person exerts when he/she braces herself/himself to jump.

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Dowsers use diving rods.

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Medabolic equivalents or METs are units used to measure the amount of oxygen a person consumes during exercise.

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sky diving, bungee jumping, rock climbing, scuba diving, surfing, parasailing

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Dumpster diving is legal in the state of Tennessee. However, since dumpsters are located on private property, a person caught dumpster diving can be charged with trespassing.

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Yes you can get a certificate just as easy as the next person for scuba diving.

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an PERSON GETS ARTIFICIAL OXYGEN FROM THE CYLINDER that are attached to the hospitals.

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about 5 min. add In the sport of Free Diving; which has several sub-disciplines; in a static apnea condition, submerged times in excess of ten minutes are recorded. After lots of training and experience.

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There are quite a few ways to die Scuba diving just as there are crossing the road..... Faulty equipment can result in drowning. A person can suffer an embolism

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A person who does something because it s hip or cool :)

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the pressure would simply crush a person in a flexible one so the rigid diving suit allows the person to go deeper than they normally would with a flexible wet suit

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a unconscious person needs oxygen because without oxygen they will sufer serious brain damage and can possable die.

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A person can get the supply of oxygen for artificial respiration from the cylinders attached to the machines.

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Atmospheric air has about 20.5% oxygen and our lungs only extract about 4.5% oxygen, so the air we exhale has about 16% oxygen, 4.5% CO2. The air we breathe into the victim then has 16% oxygen for their lungs to extract oxygen from.

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The rigid diving suit is pressurized to offset depth pressure and it needs rigidity to prevent it from expanding, allowing the person to swim easily.

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Joseph Priestly discovered oxygen in 1774.

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It would be advisable to get a doctors opinion on this subject.

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A response to adapt to a situation...for example fear could create an adaptive response to "fight or flee", or could paralyze the person into inaction.

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it's an exaggeration to put someone to sleep, but you can paralyze someone if you hit the right acupuncture point, commonly known to the Chinese as Xue4 Dao4. In Chinese kung fu, one was said to quickly hit someone and then disrupt the victim's pulse and paralyze that person for a pretty long time. however, it's not that easily done.