And trimDepends how big it is, but it only really affects the placement of the pee valve
So I went back to my wife's medical books and there's lots of stuff on 'Bone Density' but it's a special meaning of 'density'.What about bone?
That's right. People float.Myself I am tall and thin with little to no fat and it realy pi$$es me off when only wearing a pair of shorts in the sea i still need 3Kg of lead to get my head under the water.
Interesting. Are you saying that you are full of $hit???That's right. People float.
Well they do until the pressure compresses them. I go negative at about 7 meters with a lung full of air wearing shorts, a low volume mask and a pair of fins.
The one big unpredictable in all this is a colon full of negative poo. However although a really good dump prior makes me feel more comfortable on a dive I'm not sure it's anything to do with my buoyancy...
I am slightly neg in trunks, I have to work really hard to float, the only way I can do it is to lie on my back taking Hugh breaths and pure focus otherwise down I go.I am negatively buoyant when only wearing bathers. This caused great fun when told to do the floating exercise in my OW,