Into the Unknown

Into the Unknown

#29 Saturation diving into the Unknown ❘ David Gibbs

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Imagine it has been three and a half weeks since you last saw the sun. The darkness is only broken by the light of the lamp of another diver working on a big oil pipe. The only thing that is between you and death is a rubber suit and your umbilical, providing you with oxygen and hot water. In case of an emergency the decent takes more time than an astronaut would take to fly to the moon. In this interview I am talking to David Gibbs, a saturation diver, who’s workplace in more than 150 meters under water surface in absolute darkness.

Author: Katharina Baier Editor: Katharina Baier Jingle: Samuel Buda



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Do we always need a plan? What happens to our lives when we don't know the next step, the correct answer or what we feel, want or need? Can we actually know and be certain about things? And what is the benefit of the unknown?

This interview podcast brings you stories from and about people, who stepped into the unknown, stories about fear, uncertainty, the Illusion of security and ... I don't know. Let's see what it will be about.

Author: Katharina Baier
Jingle: Samuel Buda

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