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So there is no point to blame the guy who wrote the Inst' for that. To be honest I am somewhat wary of people who ask for failfree behaviors at all times It reminds me of an inexperienced crew who spent 28 hours telling us what to do ie.
I hope I am wrong on this point but we all know of accidents that happened to top experienced profesionals because they lacked a 10 cents piece of equipment at a crucial time.
Therefore I do not see the point of discarding a solution just because it is contrary to the elementary rules of safety that we all follow most of the time.
The important word being "most of the time" : at all times is utopia. Safety experts all know this : in the direst situations inventivity is crucial even when contrary to regulations and safety precautions and equipment.
Sorry for being so long, but yes I do feel this Instructable is worth keeping in mind despite it's obvious limitations which are not discarded by the autor.
Reply 4 years ago. One very unfortunate situation from my hometown in my youth.. I grew up by a beautiful lake, it was a class A reservoir, approx 3mi x 11mi, glacierally carved and completely spring fed Just gorgeous.
We were good friends with the captain of the local tour boat in fact he was the one who married us!
Lake Sunapee's yacht club is home to star boat racing, so you do get world class sailors, even on such a small lake..
The gentleman in question was am America's Cup racer.. And a paraplegic. That day he did something you are NOT supposed to do..
He lashed his legs to the deck. When the tornado touched down and capsized the boat, he was trapped And one could easily imagine that during a tornado and a boat capsize, your knife may well be knocked away from its proper place, or that it was out of reach and he assumed his very minimal crew would be able to hand it to him if needed My parents lived in that New Hampshire town for upwards of 25 years, and while several hurricanes came through over the years, I think that was the ONLY tornado I ever heard about it was a freak storm.
I'm sure you've guessed by now the fate of that sailor.. The aforementioned tour boat spotted them in distress and was able to save the rest of the crew..
But not him, tied to the deck. It particularly hit the young mates pretty hard to watch someone drown in front of them Unless you've been specifically trained in it, all you do is raise the casualties from one person to two people..
But it still really shook them up to have to witness it. Maybe if he had had an alternative way to cut through the rope he could have gotten loose and survived.
I agree, Vincent Goodness knows, I've had to make something up on the fly often enough. You never know what situation you're going to be in when you, in fact, go out and DO.
Sometimes, "by the book" just goes out the window. I'd rather have the ability to improvise than wait for someone with "the book" to rescue me.
Reply 5 years ago. Reply 5 years ago on Introduction. I'd give more than a penny for to hear the conversation you had with yourself while you were chewing loose that oilies line.
Great technique, i sugest for any doble brais rope, that you make a knot on each end ,so the core don't come out too much after cutting the cover.
I remember using this trick as a kid while flying kites back in India. It sure does work. It will weaken the cutting rope a bit from the friction but it sure does work.
Great reminder. I checked the law locally, so the one I carried was within regulations. That said, within the law, one should always have a small multitool with a blade on their person avoiding using a brand name here.
Most multitools are legal where a knife alone would not be. In an emergency, I used a lit laptop screen as an area light to find a friends' knife.
I often use my phone's screen now as a 'soft-light' instead of its flashlight mode that uses the camera flash and is distractingly bright Thinking out of the box is often very helpful.
I agree, This 'ible has a place here, but only to be used if there are no other methods available. In reading the various incidents, I read how a hood-cord tied one down - why not let it slip out?
Safety First. The cord can always easily be replaced, your life can't. Don't do this! Use a knife! Be serious here.
I am a seaman and rope, whether fiber or wire, is something I deal with daily, even hourly or minutely. The line used for cutting is now useless.
The two new bitter ends still need whipping or at least taping. Actually they still need cutting. For big stuff, like a ship's mooring lines, it is acceptable to tape the part to be cut very tightly, and use a hacksaw.
If you just have a little girl's knife or you never bothered to learn how to make it sharp, that is an option. A hammer, over the edge of a heavy piece of steel, is also good.
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