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Oct 18 2010 at 03:51
posts 941
I don't weld Zero,

Only allowed in exceptional conditions because it's so dangerous. Trapped gasses, sparks and hydrocarbons are no good. Now days they put down an special environment for it so you weld dry, at depth in gasses they specify, it's an extremely well paid specialty.

Bit more to sub-sea welding than you thought about, just the same as fx.

I did gigantic sub sea Lego.

But as you know now days I trade forex via API. Diving days are over.

Oct 18 2010 at 04:55
posts 941
Not a job for keyboard jockey like you...


The risks of underwater welding include the risk of electric shock to the welder. To prevent this, the welding equipment must be adaptable to a marine environment, properly insulated and the welding current must be controlled. Commercial divers must also consider the safety issues that normal divers face; most notably, the risk of decompression sickness following saturation diving due to the increased pressure of inhaled breathing gases.[6] Another risk, generally limited to wet underwater welding, is the buildup of hydrogen and oxygen pockets, because these are potentially explosive. Many divers have reported a metallic taste that is related to the breakdown of dental amalgam.[7][8][9] There may also be long term cognitive and possibly musculoskeletal effects associated with underwater welding.'

Steve B (stevetrade)
Oct 18 2010 at 08:40
posts 1415
What's wrong with welding anyway? The world would fall apart if it wasn't for welders.

11:15, restate my assumptions: 1. Mathematics is the language of nature. 2. Everything around us can be represented and understood through numbers. 3. If you graph these numbers, patterns emerge. Therefore: There are patterns everywhere in nature.
Oct 18 2010 at 09:18
posts 111
thank you :)

Less effort, better results.
Oct 18 2010 at 12:14
posts 941
Nothing wrong with it, actually incredibly skilled task, especially underwater. I seen how the guys struggle in the fireline when we're laying pipe. Bit of dust and the weld is condemned.

Zero's just seems to think he is better than people that happen to be able to weld. So he's better because he can't weld. I don't quite follow his logic I must admit. Of course your average welder can afford a $5 keyboard, which he can't.

Oct 18 2010 at 13:56
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Oct 21 2010 at 18:55
posts 41
elkart claims that he alone trades more volume than the entire myfxbook community combined.

is this true or is this not true?

Oct 23 2010 at 18:28
posts 41
thats what i figured, no answer/.

in another thread, he stated that he trades more vo;lume than the entire myfxbk community combined and that if he were to use myfxbk to track his trades that he wou;ld probab;ly crash myfxbk/.

what a ;load of nonsense/.

Oct 24 2010 at 05:40
posts 941
Shrug - Believe it or don't, I don't care what you think.

Oct 28 2010 at 09:10
posts 41
i did not ask what you care about, i asked if it is true whether or not you trade more vo;lume than the entire myfxbk community combined/.

that is what you stated in another thread/.

that wou;ld be quite an accomp;lishment/.

except for one thing/.

i doubt srs;ly that it is true/.

you see, i read your posts/.

i read them very carefu;l;ly/.

you do not trade more vo;lume than the entire myfxbk community combined/.

stop te;l;ling fibs/.

it aint coo;l/.


Oct 28 2010 at 10:47
posts 941
Really bugs you that doesn't it? 😉

So it should. Stupid divers, can never trust them to know their place and just be dumb. Just no justice in the world is there?

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