Decompression starting in 3.2.1
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Proposed Extended American Air Tree & BR Decompression
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Seriously? People obviously have forgotten the original terrifying description of what 2% the speed of light looks like when explosive decompression hits you. I made a diagram to illustrate this. reddit.com/gallery/rrimo5
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In the even of an explosive decompression, why would pilots change altitude slowly instead of quickly??

Hi,

So, wouldn't you want to equalize pressure as soon as possible? That would mean like more oxygen, not having stuff flying around, etc.

However, I read somewhere that experienced pilots do this slowly as possible instead of quickly. Why?

Is it cause of pressure sickness? I thought that occurred in divers cause they absorb nitrogen gas, how does that happen for people in a pressurized cabin? Do other fluids potentially expand?

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ELI5: Why divers coming out of depths need to decompress to avoid decompression sickness, but people who fly on commercial planes don't have an issue reaching a sudden altitude of 8000ft?

I've always been curious because in both cases, you go from an environment with more pressure to an environment with less pressure.

Edit: Thank you to the people who took the time to simplify this and answer my question because you not only explained it well but taught me a lot! I know aircrafts are pressurized, hence why I said 8000 ft and not 30,0000. I also know water is heavier. What I didn't know is that the pressure affects how oxygen and gasses are absorbed, so I thought any quick ascend from bigger pressure to lower can cause this, no matter how small. I didn't know exactly how many times water has more pressure than air. And to the people who called me stupid, idiot a moron, thanks I guess? You have fun.

Edit 2: people feel the need to DM me insults and death threats so we know everyone is really socially adjusted on here.

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Losslessly compresses RGB and RGBA images to a similar size of PNG, while offering a 20x-50x speedup in compression and 3x-4x speedup in decompression phoboslab.org/log/2021/12β¦
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This is the training mission for the pressure systems. Explosive decompression is unavoidable. Guess I'll be uninstalling again and continuing to wait for this to be fixed. I just don't have any more patience for this.
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TIL about the Byford Dolphin, an oil rig where in 1983 a diving bell carrying four men accidentally depressurized. It remains the only time in history where a human being was torn apart from rapid decompression. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byfβ¦
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Wow this is fun(?) - explosive decompression with no alternative
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"We can't give you br decompression because we don't want to hurt our queue times! But every update we will favor one nation and nuke the queue times."
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Working from home doesn't allow decompression after work due to instantly being available to my family

I've noticed something since working from home. I'm about the worst version of my self I've ever seen. I'm a grumpy, old fat and out of shape prick. My kids, my girlfriend, even my parents stop bye and line up at my door 30 minutes before my shift ends. I'm lucky through most eyes, but the combination of being on my 400th minute of phone call for the day along with people lining up outside my door to request even more attention for the next 4 hours of my life can be overwhelming.. It hit me today after I was a jerk to pretty much every one around me.. I don't get to decompress from a shitty day at work.. there's no car ride with music or commute, no option to hit the gym on the way home or grab a beer at the pub or corner store. There's nothing between the last phone call i take and the calls for my instant attention.. I love my family and enjoy doing things for them so I'm upset with my self when I let myself feel this way and direct it at people who just want my positive attention. Does anyone else feel this and how do you work around it?

Edit* Thank you thus far for the solid advice. It's seems like it's perfectly acceptable to have to go dismiss myself right after work and go do something to "decompress" mentally and or physically. This is what I feel I need and often try to request a minute after work. I think in my case I should just plan on getting out of my chair and leaving the house for a moment. Thank you fellow Redditors!

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Good places to have decompression walks in Bellingham for fearful/reactive dogs?

Currently the only place I go (for decompression walks) with my pup is the graveyard and we both love it. But we go every day (weather permitting) and I would like to give us both some variety. Especially him so he can get more enrichment. This summer we also went to the campus because it was a ghost town and it was amazing to have multiple places to go in a day.

Another note, he's a little funny and prefers to walks on pavement over other surfaces, so for example, an open field wouldn't necessarily be his jam. But I'd still love to hear all the suggestions as it's good to have a well resourced toolkit.

p.s. this post is not me asking for training advice, we are working with a certified trainer and this is a part of helping him to be a happy and more confident pup.

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βThis car is my after-work decompression zoneβ

Instant rage. Who has ever been driving and just felt so relaxed and decompressed after working all day? Iβm just trying to get home.

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That was said many times and will be said again: we need BR decompression

But just BR decompression wont do. Separating WW2, cold war and moder tanks may be beneficial too - vehicles from previous time period can be included in newer setup, but not other way around
In every tech tree at one point I encounter same problem - I start seeing tanks with thermals, rangefinders and stabilizers. Also how Jpz4-5 ended up being before ferdinand? This doesnt make sense from any perspective. In WT it will be hard(or impossible) to balance tanks statwise, because some of them are kinda historical I guess(?), but moving them up and down in BR creates a tank blender, grinding everything together. There is huge difference between shooting modern tanks from modern tanks and beating WW2 ones like a babies, because I can see them and react faster and they cant. On the other side - I dont mind being killed by the tiger2, but when same happens with JPz4-5 and his fin stabilized shells it hits... differently. This is unhistorical, not authentic and not fair/ Rant finished

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my ideas for some desperately needed BR decompression - in tier list form, because fuck if I'm good enough to edit anything more complex
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Daisy recovering from disc hernia decompression surgery. 1st day post.op.
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Just downloaded god of war cracked, from FLT, Amazing lads for making it after a few hours of its release time, 38gb for the file and after decompression its about 68gb,
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I had surgery for ON yesterday (occipital decompression and neurectomy). AMA
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Explosive decompression isn't a fun mechanic. It isn't challenging, it's just punishing and frustrating.

Why did they decide to drop the hammer on people who are finally getting somewhere in this game and just decide that none of the atmosphere regulators were going to work anymore? Why is every single ship just a bomb waiting to explode on top of the already increasing complexity and interlocked systems.

Am I missing something there? There's no curve, there's no monetary incentive, it's just, "LOL, good job here's a mess to clean up" It makes me want to quit after the dozenth time I've had a ship shatter into smithereens because I decided to cut into the captains cockpit.

Not to mention the offhand chance that a crucial part explodes randomly or the entire ship decides to disintegrate. Why does it have to be so incredibly catastrophic? These vessels weigh several thousand tons and a single compartment depressurizing can send the entire thing off into space in a million pieces - I get it. Space dangerous. But there's no way to stop it!

It's to the point where I don't even bother with higher hazard level stuff anymore if it means I have to deal with potentially losing an entire reactor to random chance.

Please someone figure out Either A. how to mitigate the problem without it being arduous, unfun, and frustrating or B. just take the mechanic out if it doesn't have a solution. Maybe make it an optional game mechanic or incentivize it somehow. The game take a leap off a cliff of entertainment when I can't get a single ship that I'm afraid of looking at sideways without it blowing apart.

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Shoulder Decompression / Bursa Removal for Severe Impingement

Hi guys, as the title suggests asking to see if anybody has had surgeries of the shoulder, or anywhere that involved a decompression/removal of bursa.

I've had spinal surgeries, and everything that goes along with those. For me, unfortunately a surgery at the Lumbar/Sacral spine has left me needing to use a crutch to walk due to severe foot drop and pain.

A... side effect, of this, is using the crutch - this has created a whole bunch of problems for me over the last few years. I've changed style/design of crutch from standard, to canadian (forearm) and now using a hybrid (Smart Crutch).

It helped in the beginning, but it's at the point I'm losing all function of my right arm, the pain is much too severe even with a full pain medication regimen.

I've been offered PRP Therapy (plasma rich protein) but have been told to expect similar results to corticosteroids, which I've had at multiple vertebrae and in the shoulder for the bursitis multiple times.

Has anyone had any results with these types of surgeries?

I turned down a spinal decompression of the cervical spine after being left in the state I am from the prior spinal surgery leaving me crutch bound.

It's a tricky one because the usual concept of not using the affected limb at all to help calm down the bursa and nerve impingement aren't exactly possible as I need to use the arm constantly.

It's very difficult to not use the arm, I try and use the other side as the crutch arm but am so unstable and wobbly it's a bit unachievable.

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Decompression Surgery w/o Syrinx?

I know most people get decompression surgery because they have a syrinx but has anyone had it who did not have a syrinx? Why did you decide to go through with it? Did you notice your symptoms get better? If so, how long did that take?

I got diagnosed around 10 years ago and up until now the chiari was really more of a pain in the neck (pun intended) so my family and I decided the surgery was not necessary at the time. But recently my symptoms are interfering more and more with my day to day life and my studying so I was thinking of revisiting the topic with my neurologist.

While we're on the topic, does anyone experience issues with memory and/or brain fog? I don't know if I've just started to notice it more but it feels like my brain is suspended in jello. That and I think I've developed somewhat of a stutter sometimes, though I'm not sure if that's related to chiari? I've also noticed I'm starting to get dizzy and nauseous at random moments during the day.

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The Byford Dolphin Accident in the Frigg Gas Field of the North Sea between Scotland & Norway on the 5th of November 1983: a horrific accident that befell four 'saturation divers', consisting in the catastrophic decompression of their submersible. m.youtube.com/watch?v=vP0β¦
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Underwent decompression + c1 laminectomy at 19 years old this past Thursday.

Not really sure what im going for with this post, but wanted to let everyone know that I (19 male) underwent the decompression as well as the laminectomy of my C1 vertebrae Thurs morning. The first couple days were brutal, and now it seems to be getting a bit better; however the head aches, soreness, stiffness is still like an 8/10 at the moment and they've got me on a morphine drip. If anyones thinking about getting this done soon, ask me anything and id be happy to answer.

Anyone else that's had this procedure, how long did it take to pull through this pain/stiffness? Did you have any headaches/pulsing head aches after the surgery or just pain on the incision? Thanks

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Wanted to show something good, our reactive boy Rusty has been able to get plenty of decompression time over the Christmas period.

We got Rusty in August of 2020 from a shelter fully being warned of his reactivity issues, (all dogs, complete no-go).

Over Christmas, we get out of the city and are able to spend time with him in complete decompression and no other dogs.

He got to hike a mountain (on a lead), and run around a big field working on recall, again on a long line just to be safe.

Here he is doing a bit of frolicking: https://streamable.com/qsp9q6

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Decompression : huge or small hole ?

Question in title, is it more destructive to make a small hole to initiate explosive decompression, or to make a huge one so it can vent more quickly ?

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Successful decompression surgery-questions?

I am 3.5 weeks post op from decompression and everything went well. My chiari symptoms are gone. I still have days where I am very sore and need ibuprofen and/or Tylenol. Also having anxiety about going back to work after 6 weeks. For those who had a successful decompression surgery, when did you start getting to a point in your recovery where you were a functional person again and not super sore/tired?

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[WTS] Mido Decompression Timer 1961 Limited Edition
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My ps4 slim just let out what I'd describe as an air decompression sound, and smoke started coming out of the vents behind.

Of course I ran to it and unplugged it from the wall and eventually the smoking stopped. It's been like thirty minutes and against my better judgement, I plugged it back in and turned it on (I had to know my fate) and it came back on fine, did the improper turn off repair and got to the home screen.

I just turned it back off and unplugged it. Does anyone know what that was? Should I be worried? Do I need to take it for repair?

Edit: found the sound it made before smoking if it matters: https://youtu.be/n31-k3FrhgA

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Is it normal for an alarm to go off about decompression when you turn off your ship?

So, I'm fairly new to this game, me and my friends started a survival server and we've been using blueprints off the workshop for really nice ships. I wanted to create my own since I couldn't find an aesthetic i was going for, so I did but whenever I press 'Y' to turn off my ship, the alarms you get as if you were being raided by a hostile faction go off and say "Decompressing Small Vessel (SV)! Oxygen will be removed!" I mean, its not a huge issue or anything but I like to turn off my ship to save fuel, I see the oxygen is actually just put back in the tank (At least on creative) and now I'm wondering if there's a problem with my ship that is causing these alarms to go off. All help appreciated! c:

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2707449749

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Why decompression worsens the pain?

25 yo doing powerlifting since 5 years. Did an mri last month and I have a small bulge on the l5/s1 I don't know when exactly came out. Been doing a very sedentary lifestyle all my life. Since at least 10 years whenever I do "decompression" like hanging myself on a bar i have instant back pain and then it lasts some hours or a day. Does also someone else has problems with decompression? Why is that?

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The current state of 8.7-9.7 air RB is a perfect example of why we sorely need decompression

8.7-9.7 air RB, right now, is genuinely a terrible experience. This bracket is so heavily overcrowded and compressed that if you're playing an 8.7 jet you'll constantly be pulled into 9.3-9.7 matchmaking, and if you're playing a 9.7 you'll be constantly sucked up into 10.0-10.3 matchmaking. 9.7 jets that lack countermeasures like F-100s, F-105s, early MiG-21s or MiG-19s are helpless against hordes of R-60s and advanced sidewinders if they get sucked up into 10.3 games, and 8.7 jets like sabers or MiG-15s can do very little against 9.3 MiG-21s or 9.7s like MiG-19s or F-105s. Decompression would seriously help this BR bracket; send missile-carriers like harriers, A-5s, or later-model MiG-21s such as the MF into higher BR's, and leave things like early MiG-21s, F-100s, and other gun-focused 9.7s competing against each other on a more equal playing field. Similarly, send these early supersonics into higher BR's against each other, so things like sabres, MiG-15s, and scimitars can fight each other instead of getting clubbed by supersonics every game.

Obviously there are a lot more places in the game that decompression would help out, but I thought I would use this BR bracket as a good example. What do you guys think?

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United Airlines Flight 811 (Boeing 747) landing safely at Honolulu International Airport after cargo door failure and explosive decompression, 24 February 1989
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Is carrying an ars (chest decompression needle) illegal in England?
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The Path to Resolution: My Decompression Success

Hello to everyone and Happy New Year, I am a 28 year old guy and this is my Pouncemonial for the Decompression course and Vipassana Meditation that I completed under the gracious and incendiary guidance of Moonbeam.

I wasnβt in a pretty place when I discovered this sub reddit. My idea was to start a proper Lob training, but that would have probably led to little to no results given my mental state.

I come from a broken home and suffered all kinds of abuse from the hands of my parents (our relationship is far better now and I love them a lot, they were just misguided and hurting themselves) and just about anyone else who could sense my weakness and my inability to stand up for myself. I have been molested as a teenagerΒ and I have been bullied. And I also have bullied and mistreated people and loved ones. I lived for most of my life with an underlying sense of unease at best and fear and despair at worst. Always on the edge, expecting something horrible to happen to me,Β often anxious to the point of feeling sick to my stomach for no apparent reason.

When I came into contact with MC I was a mess. Under many aspects, 2021 was one of the worst years of my life, in hindsight I could have seen it coming, obviously. 2021 for me, wasΒ the culmination of a series of poor choices, unresolved trauma and general confusion about life and everything else.Β Β After 7 years of ups and downs my fiance broke up with me and she was right to do so. I lost life changing money after making bad decisions after bad decisions. I stupidly fell in love with another womanΒ and got rejected very harshly, to this day I canβt stop thinking about her. I realized I had lived the past 4/5 years on autopilot and basically accomplished nothing tangible, wasted years and years chasing my own tail. Repulsive intrusive thoughts were chewing me up all the time.

In the last months I was often waking up in the middle of the night,Β feeling nothing but absolute dread, worthlessnessΒ and a sense of impending doom that made every vision I had about my future, bleak. I feltΒ like I have wasted my whole life and that Iβd never get the chance to make things right. My mind consumed itself, thinking about how things should have been, endlessly ruminating about past events and all the missed opportunities, all of my losses, all of my mistakes and such similar mental masturbations. I donβt know, I just couldnβt stand being with myself anymore.

In the past year I spent a small fortune on Β life coaching, h

... keep reading on reddit β‘

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Saw this, and thought it was pretty interesting. Not exactly decompression surgery, but darn close. v.redd.it/dj9ezpgmf9d81
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Anyone else see busted decompression physics?
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TIL about Herbert Nitsch, who in 2012 became the world record holder for the deepest no-limit male freedive when he dove to a depth of 253 metres (830 ft) in Santorini, Greece. After the dive he suffered severe decompression sickness. guinnessworldrecords.com/β¦
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Scuba diver cray fishing 28km off Mandurah was rescued by police after getting decompression sickness (Nov 15) 9news.com.au/national/wa-β¦
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Chest decompression during cpr?

Worked a code the other day and we were going over Hs and Ts. This person was young and no medical history that we knew of. One of the Ts was tension pneumo. Everyone just kind of brushed past this one. Has anyone ever stopped compressions and listened to lung sounds during ventilations to look for a tension pneumo? If so, did you decompress during cpr? If it's not obvious, I havent ever taken ACLS.

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Decompression trajectories

So I'm salvaging an Atlas, pull apart the engines and am about to work on the body. Could I go in the airlock and depressurize? Sure, but I wanted to try new things, so I figure I'll pull off the cockpit cover and vent the ship a'la The Martian. So I start cutting - out of line from the cockpit, because safety first - and pop the thing off.

The ENTIRE ship comes flying at me. Rather than the decompression pushing the ship backwards, it comes at me like a missile and squishes me. No, not the cockpit cover, the whole gorram ship.

Something like that happen to anyone else? Where the "push" of a decompression is 180Β° from what it should be?

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CRC decompression error when trying to use Fitgirl Repack under wine

Hi all

Iβm trying to run DOOM Eternal under wine using Lutris runners and Proton-GE, at some point with a file called βstreamdbβ the installer decompression stops and tells me there was an error and that I had a CRC mismatch. Iβve ran QuickSRV and no issues were found

I have very slow internet and my school is closed tommorow, so I canβt really redownload the game yet.

My Wine version is Windows XP for the installer and I have it installing to my Linux drive rather than the normal C: drive made by Wine. Can I fix this?

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[WTS] Mido Ocean Star Decompression Timer 1961 'Rainbow Diver' (black version) reddit.com/gallery/s43rlg
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Itβs a Match! Hawaii and Explosive Decompression
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Devs, if youβre going to make decompression effects scale up so bad the ship vomits itβs contents out of the bay

Can we at least have the consistently working atmosphere regulators back?

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π︎ Jan 13
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Moving forward with decompression Surgery for my 8 yr old

Hello Everyone!

Thank you for all the insight on my last post. I wanted to give a quick update and also get some more advice as our daughter will be having her surgery at the end of January.

My kiddo was not to into talking about her surgery prior to her consultation. She was pretty emotional up and down, but I was able to sneak in a few bits of info prior to. She was not very happy at her apt with the neurosurgeon, but the pre op nurse offered her some candy and BOOM, she turned into her normal self. lol.

Either way she sat thru the consult with the neurosurgeon, and she knows what's ahead of her with the decompression surgery. She was NOT happy about getting a hair cut though.

I was hoping to get some advice on how to make her stay in the hospital, and her recovery at home as comfortable as possible. Pillow types? tips? tricks? Things to stay away from. None of us have went through any surgeries before so even if something seems like it should be known, feel free to through it out there as I may not have a clue.

Thank you all. I hope all that are celebrating the holidays are having a wonderful season and staying warm.

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π°︎ r/chiari
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π︎ Dec 31 2021
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My partner is having her decompression surgery on Tuesday.

Can you let me know what I can do in practical terms when she comes home? Iβve heard that having lots of ice packs is paramount. Anything else that make her as comfortable as possible?

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π€︎ u/bungle_bogs
π︎ Dec 10 2021
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Decompression on the front-end, is it a normal practice?

I have a front-end which received information from some external json files, I was thinking about sending those compressed Json files and then de-compressing in the front-end with a javascript library, Im not familiar with web development, is this a common practice? The json files might be up to a few MB in size (uncompressed).

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π°︎ r/webdev
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π︎ Jan 20
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Latex topper decompression time?

Am doing a diy build and my latex support layers have arrived.

One of the layers arrived compressed,so I unwrapped it and left it to well unroll.

Its been 24 hours and the topper still looks off.

Its like its been crumpled like what you see with soda cans and still hasnt expanded.

Is there a chance this will get better in a few days?

Its a medium firm organic dunloop 3 inch topper for reference

Its supposed to be sized as a twin xl 38-80 and the 38 is spot on but its only measuing 75 in length

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π€︎ u/foodnguns
π︎ Dec 18 2021
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In the case of an explosive decompression, why would a pilot slowly change altitude instead of rapidly?

Hi,

So, wouldn't you want to equalize pressure as soon as possible? That would mean like more oxygen, not having stuff flying around, etc.

However, I read somewhere that experienced pilots do this slowly as possible instead of quickly. Why?

Is it cause of pressure sickness? I thought that occurred in divers cause they absorb nitrogen gas, how does that happen for people in a pressurized cabin? Do other fluids potentially expand?

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