How LOW can you go??? Rangeman takes a dive...
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    How LOW can you go??? Rangeman takes a dive...

    Record breaking news GM the undisputed number one above and below sea level. Huge congrats
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    Re: How LOW can you go??? Rangeman takes a dive...

    I'm a bit of a science novice, so can anyone tell how you can survive at 75 meter below sea level without pressure equalization?

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    Re: How LOW can you go??? Rangeman takes a dive...

    I live more or less at sea level, so my Rangeman will very often display -90m, depending on barometric pressure. The problem is that barometric pressure changes quite often here, so the altimeter is almost useless. I would have to manually set the altimeter every day in order to be more or less precise. Haven't you experienced similar phenomena in Hamburg, gripmaster?

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    Re: How LOW can you go??? Rangeman takes a dive...

    Quote Originally Posted by computer_freak View Post
    I'm a bit of a science novice, so can anyone tell how you can survive at 75 meter below sea level without pressure equalization?
    It depends if you 75m deep under water (like a extreme frogman) or under 75m of additional air (like in a tunnel).
    Air is much lighter then water.

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