“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
That's a big Nope.
Anonymous, claustrophobic me won't even watch the video.
I used to be involved in the CRF work at Mammoth Cave National Park. Sometimes it was tough pushing those small passages. We had a rescue system set up and did hold drills on occasion in case a rescue had to be staged.One place I stayed away from was base level. The nightmare I had was, even if you are down under during dry season, you could still get a bad rain storm and catch you in a place you could not get out of fast enough.I don't do such thing anymore, given my arthritis and age.
I agree with ricknBor. I watched less than thirty seconds.
I was training to become an EMT when we had a representative of Va's cave rescue service give a lecture on cave rescue (trolling for recruits). When he described a rescue involving a crawl space 1/2 full of water which had to be negotiated on your back the class opinion was unanimous. Post a RIP sign at the cave entrance and leave!
That’s some good caving right there.
Green-yellow-(brown) slime coating the insides; would take a mild tremblor to close a passageway. Their lizard-brains are insufficiently inhibited by their monkey-brains.
It's a good thing I'm only Vietnam-Era; had I been on the ground there and I'd been ordered into one of Charlie's tunnels, my response would have been "You're just going to have to shoot m ass right here Sergeant; I'm not going in there."
nope nope nope nope nope, not even watching it: NOPE.