Hey, now I'm just axing a question so don't get all bent.
Do any of y'all sometimes feel that y'all are making surfing too scientific, complicated, and detailed. Addressing every possible situational nuance, looking at computer swell models, disecting this, disecting that, predicting that, predicting this, axing this, axing that...............
Wake up. Smoke dope. Go to the beach. Check the surf. Decide where to surf. Surf. Rinse wetsuit off. Smoke dope. Eat breakfast and be done with the rest.........does this exist anymore?
Surfing was never meant to be complicated.
Cold water- Im not trying to be all scientific lol but I always felt like warm water wears out the material quicker
Third and most important- check out your warranty - send it back and get then to fix it- shouldn't be happening so soon- I'm unsure about oneil but most suits have warranties and honor them. Send it back
i agree with you minus the smoking dope part, its like a damn scientific book or something yall gotta go with the flow quit thinking so hard
Everything's gotten increasingly complicated and involved. Decisions now a days require data/metrics, charts, graphs, spreadsheets, risk minimization, cost analysis, etc.
We've also become slaves to technology, and it's being applied to everything.
Science is just how my head works. I always liked it... through school and through college... and eventually became a high school science teacher - physics, chem, bio, earth science.
I think there's a best way to do everything. So I'm always looking for suggestions that make sense to me, and offering what I think is the best advice. And the irony is... well... I'm sure you've heard of Occam's Razor, right? The idea isn't to complicate things, but to distill problems and questions down to their simplest explanation. Ha!