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Diane - Manhattan, NYC USA 

Looking for Dive Buddies About Me:  Materials failures investigator, technical researcher and specifications writer for engineering, architecture buidling and construction thermonuclear design-build infrastructure industries.
Gender
Female
Favorite Dive Gear
Steel Chromemoly HP 3442 PSI Tank - have faith in it.
Favorite Dive Locations
Under 40 feet or more. No noise ...just communing with the majesty of Nature untouched by humankind.
Activities
FAA private pilot, PADI licensed scuba diver
Interests
Diving with research on endangered atolls, marine ecology.
Favorite Music
Songs of praise and worship that lift the spirit. Opera. Mozart (all of Mozart) and Hayden´s "Water Symphony"
Favorite TV Shows
Modern Marvels in Engineering History Channel
Favorite Movies
"The Spirit of St. Louis," "The Life of Amelia Earhart," "Stealth"
Favorite Books
Patton! Bio on General Patton and how he courageously took Berlin before the Russians - gave the USA our edge on military aviation design and technology before the Cold War began post-WWII.
Favorite Quotes
"To whom much is given, much is required."

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Well Diane, Jamaica was great! Got to a depth of 107 feet. Was able to get in twenty dives. Going to Belize around thanksgiving to go dive the reef there. Heard it was truly majestic.
Written by VooDoo on 8/25/2011
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VooDoo:Thanks for your dive slate. Happy to hear you enjoyed Jamaica. Did you dive in a dry suit and multiple tanks using TRIMEX gas comp getting to 107´? How long did you stay at 107´? Did you take any photos of fauna and/or marine species?I am planning a three-part research dive that will document the urgency of worldwide environmental destruction by fossil fuels and why we need to bring online thermonuclear fusion energy online - yesterday. Have been asked to speak at some presentations so I will be taking photos, samples of the water for chemical pH content, noting health of the reefs. Looking at Castle Aragonese reef off the coast of Italy that has ceased to function, looking at Hawaii, as positive healthy coral reef, looking at Sydney´s Great Barrier Reef as one in distress. As scuba divers, we all need to be cognizant of our role in environmental destruction and health of the coral reefs which we all love to dive. If interested in knowing more, you can read some of my graduate research. This website will not allow me to put my link into it. Here´s how you can find it on the web: Google my full name Diane A. Davis, M.S., Ph.D. Cand., Founder and CEO and you can get to my graduate research site. Articles I, IX, X, XI, XII (under reconstruction), XIII, XIV (will be posted shortly).Keep me posted on your plans for the reef at Belize. I don´t know what the particular conditions are on that reef: healthy, vibrant or showing signs of distress. Are you planning to tak ... (read more)
VooDoo:Thanks for your dive slate. Happy to hear you enjoyed Jamaica. Did you dive in a dry suit and multiple tanks using TRIMEX gas comp getting to 107´? How long did you stay at 107´? Did you take any photos of fauna and/or marine species?I am planning a three-part research dive that will document the urgency of worldwide environmental destruction by fossil fuels and why we need to bring online thermonuclear fusion energy online - yesterday. Have been asked to speak at some presentations so I will be taking photos, samples of the water for chemical pH content, noting health of the reefs. Looking at Castle Aragonese reef off the coast of Italy that has ceased to function, looking at Hawaii, as positive healthy coral reef, looking at Sydney´s Great Barrier Reef as one in distress. As scuba divers, we all need to be cognizant of our role in environmental destruction and health of the coral reefs which we all love to dive. If interested in knowing more, you can read some of my graduate research. This website will not allow me to put my link into it. Here´s how you can find it on the web: Google my full name Diane A. Davis, M.S., Ph.D. Cand., Founder and CEO and you can get to my graduate research site. Articles I, IX, X, XI, XII (under reconstruction), XIII, XIV (will be posted shortly).Keep me posted on your plans for the reef at Belize. I don´t know what the particular conditions are on that reef: healthy, vibrant or showing signs of distress. Are you planning to take photos? The great thing about diving: no cells, no emails, no phones. Just a dive slate. True beauty and R&R.Enjoyed hearing from you. Stay in touch. Diane.  (read less)
 
Written by Diane on 8/25/2011

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