Rocks on the beach, logs in the surf, logs on the beach, mid/low tide sand hard enough to ride a narrow tired bicycle on, vehicles on the beach........
I work in the motion picture industry and we have to do specific training to work on sets
Sure. But you have to balance it up against accidents that would kill you if you are wearing a helmet. You need the data to be able to do thatvannibombonato wrote: ↑Tue Jun 22, 2021 12:38 pmThe point is that an helmet will save you from impacts that would have killed you without an helmet.nothing2seehere wrote: ↑Tue Jun 22, 2021 8:56 amWhat happens if its higher than 8 ft though? 8ft drop is only a 2ft lofting for a 6ft person. Does the water melon still survive from 15ft? Thats a proper lofting. What about higher speed. Gravity is fine but kitesurfers are measuring 100kph speeds from a kiteloop these days. What if you fire the water melon at a rock at 100kph. Does it still stay intact in the helmet.
And just like any existing safety device on earth, it won’t save you from all of them.
High speed water-skiers that race at over 100mph all wear helmets.
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