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the liquid breathing thread!

Lil Dragonfly

New Member
Jun 14, 2009
Florida, USA
Does anyone know anyone who has actually done it?

Although I'll probably never get to do it myself, I'm so curious to know what it feels like...


New Member
Jan 18, 2010
san clemente CA
I thought that was just something they did in The Abyss. Great movie ,but do they actually breath liquid O2 or what?Tell us more about it!


Dairyland diver
Apr 7, 2001
Madison, Wisconsin
I thought Mayol had a whole chapter on this in one of his books?

I seem to remember that navy divers have flooded one lung at a time, but never allowed to flood both lungs for safety reasons. He also mentioned that rats and dogs were immersed for up to an hour and survived- he also states that they all died a few hours later due to the extreme work of breathing (WOB) that overtaxed that animals.

[ame=]Liquid breathing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/ame]

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