Hasn't anyone beside me and Michele noticed that there seems a better correlation between accidents and sex/age (male/under 25) than between accidents and jump numbers.
Do you have the data to back up this statement? There is nothing that be done about someone being 22 years old. The discussion is about how to prevent a jumper, at any age, from getting in over their head with a HP canopy.
Of the 9 landing fatalities list on the DZ.com database, only one was under 25 and 5 were over 30. Which proves what?
(This post was edited by mjosparky on Jun 23, 2004, 12:16 PM)
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