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Who invented the aqualung in 1943?

Asked by Shan Real, 07 Jan '10 08:52 pm , 4 answers

Jacques Cousteau, commander in the french Navy... more

Answered by thampy chacko, 07 Jan '10 08:54 pm

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Jacques Cousteu was a spirited man who loved adventure and the deep blue ocean He was eager to venture into see again and again to solve its mystery. ... more

Answered by balasubramanian ganesan, 12 Nov '08 07:46 am

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Wat is an Aqulaong?

Asked by shashi singh, 28 Apr '08 12:48 am , 1 answers

Aqualung was the original name for the first open-circuit scuba diving equipment, developed by Emile Gagnan and Jacques Cousteau in 1943[1]. It consis... more

Answered by sudesh , 28 Apr '08 06:27 am

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who was jacques cousteau?

Asked by Rehan Kausar, 17 Jun '08 07:45 pm , 4 answers

Jacques-Yves Cousteau (11 June 1910 25 June 1997) was a French naval officer, explorer, ecologist, filmmaker, scientist, photographer and researcher ... more

Answered by Broken Love, 17 Jun '08 07:46 pm

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What are the origins of scuba diving?

Asked by Pooja , 12 Mar '08 10:56 am , 1 answers

The term SCUBA arose during World War II and originally referred to United States combat frogmen's oxygen rebreathers, developed by Dr. Christian Lamb... more

Answered by Radhika , 12 Mar '08 10:58 am

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Which invention has enabled people to swim freely underwater?

Asked by raj , 27 Jan '08 11:21 pm , 1 answers

With a little training, we can all swim underwater as freely as a fish. All we need is an aqualung, which consists of portable breathing equipment car... more

Answered by bernard , 27 Jan '08 11:27 pm

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True Mitali. Fact is those who are whistle blowers are main culprit themselves. Heard of Al Gore ?... more

Answered by Lucky , 19 Nov '07 05:25 pm

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