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Skydiving myths

Discussion in 'General Skydiving Discussions' started by Jessi, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. Jessi

    Jessi Member

    I was reading an article on skydiving myths and one of them was that people think you can talk to each other during a jump. Realistically, though, the wind is so loud that there's no way you could hear anything, much less hold a conversation.

    What are some other myths about skydiving?
  2. wander_n_wonder

    wander_n_wonder New Member

    Yeah, I think you can only communicate while diving through hand signals. There's no way you can hear each other with the sound of the wind. Just go on top of a building on a helipad and you know already how strong the wind could be.

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