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Engineering and Scuba diving.

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Deeper Blue Beer Taster
Oct 19, 2002
I've been thinking ( I know thats bad) but is it worth using my diving skills, (limited they maybe) and engineering together.

Is there a call for it in these days of robots. Or do people still want the human touch.

Ok for deep stuff we will stick to the robots, but a robot can only get to places that are big enough for it.

Is there money in it or should I just stick to working on dry land?