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Message # 768188.8.131.52.1
Subject: Re:Sorry, I didn't explain it very well....
Date: Sun 14/04/19 23:52:09 GMT
|I know from personal experience when someone drowns they can sink to the bottom of the pool and stay there.|
|In reply to Message (768184.108.40.206) Sorry, I didn't explain it very well....
I meant, why do they use something that sinks to the bottom of the pool in the first place? I assume that the idea is to simulate rescuing a real person. But a real person wouldn't be at the bottom of the pool, since humans float. And a dummy which sinks wouldn't feel like a person who floats when its being towed along, would it? Is there some reason for using a dummy which is not identical in density to a human body?
|In reply to Message (76818.1.1) Re:Good collection, thanks sjakie
Safety. A real person canīt stay that long on the bottom of a pool without diving gear
|In reply to Message (76818.1) Good collection, thanks sjakie
The ladies in jeans doing lifesaving exercises (?tests) are great. One thing puzzles me, though; why do they use a dummy which is obviously more dense than water, and so the 'rescuers' have to dive to get it; a real person, even if unconscious, would normally stay on or near the surface. Presumably the dummy also feels different to a person while they are towing it through the water, for the same reason. Any ideas why they do it that way, anybody?
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