anddeep stops while on-gassing are doing very little for your bubble reduction, even in the fast tissues and then take your time adding extra min's to the off gas stops...
Aren't really terribly compatible with each other are they?Our studies and intelligent theorising has fudged beyond what is or is not safe dive practices...we'll never know...
Are you suggesting that dissolved gas decompression theory is proven beyond doubt?
I was very, very reluctant to actually "nail my colours to the mast" with the original reply on this thread, because I would say that there are still way more unknowns than there are knowns.
I think, at the very least, there is a strong body of evidence to suggest that some sort of bubble control is useful and effective in decompression.
My own personal belief, in broad terms, is that decompression is all about bubble control
I wouldn't necessarily expect others to adopt that same view