can support the much higher overhead, and logistics cost of running a remote stand alone hyperbaric facility off-the-mainland on Catalina Island. Doesn't that make sense???/
By comparison, and considering a similar operation in terms of a smaller diver population scale in Cave Country: do you actually think it will cost as much to establish and run a 24/7 stand-by dive casualty only volunteer crew facility in rural mainland small town Florida?
You have NSS-CDS, NACD and major dive equipment companies like Halcyon and Dive Rite there: why can't y'all get them together and to donate or sponsor a 6ATA capable Recompression Chamber Operation?
Step two: get cave certified
Step three: hang around with cave divers in high springs (or anywhere in cave country)
Step four: realize why cave country is California and why what you're suggesting isn't going to work.
Step five: stop trolling us with the same crap over and over again without any actual local knowledge.
Forrest Wilson (with 2 Rs)
Any opinions are personal.
Brendan's Law - "Know what you're breathing. Analyze your gas for O2 and Co. Analyze your gas each time, everytime, anywhere."