[Jill Heinerth] Into the Planet [psychological thriller Book] Ebook



10 thoughts on “Into the Planet

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    Four years ago when I was diving in Derawan East Kalimantan I asked the dive shop to bring me to a site called Blue Light However I was rejected since it is a cave and I did not have a cave diving specialty certification That was the first time I paid specific attention about cave diving which still has not been a common practice in Indonesia yetAfter reading this book I became even discouraged Silt and hard enclosed environment

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    When we transcend the fear of failure and terror of the unknown we are all capable of great things personally and as a society We might not always know where the journey will lead us We might feel a burden of dif

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    Heard a super interesting interview with her on NPR now I'm curious to read this

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    I will take you on an uncomfortable rendezvous with fear You will feel cold and claustrophobic when you read this book But I challenge you to recognize the humanity in that sensation of terror you're experiencing I encourage you to accept that you are an explorer like me Before reading Into the Planet I knew very little

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    I expected much This is mostly about Heinerth's experiences on other people's cave diving expeditions especially Bill Stone's projects Bill Stone has an excellent book himself Beyond the Deep Deadly Descent into the World's Most Treacherous Cave so I don't see a reason for reading this one Beyond that the writing is very average There is way too much information about her relationships I didn't expect to be reading abo

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    Jill Heinerth is the Chris Traeger of diving “It’ll be fun Well it’s grueling than fun” She’s made a

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    A fascinating look into the world of cave diving She is also a woman working in a male dominated field so a lot of the book looks at how she deals with the sexism she faces Suspenseful she dives into icebergs and with pol

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    Here’s a book by a woman who chose to lead a life of a real explorer something I truly admire In this memoir she offers a number of fascinating and dramatic tales of adventure discovery triumph and loss I was glued to its pages and I learned a lot about the world of diving following one’s passion and overcoming fear

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    Freakin' awesome in the literally awe sense of the word I had no idea there was this extreme subspecialty of cavers Well written well told

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    When my husband was stationed in Hawaii long before we were married his main hobby was to go scuba diving He and his friends would get off work grab their gear and enjoy the gorgeous underwater scenery While I myself have

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FREE READ à PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ï Jill Heinerth

??s beauty beyond the danger of diving and while Heinerth swims beneath our feet in the lifeblood of our planet she works with biologists discovering new species physicists tracking climate change and hydrogeologists examining our finite freshwater reserves Written with hair raising intensity Into the Planetis the first book to deliver an intimate account of cave diving transporting readers deep into inner space where fear must be reconciled and a mission’s success balances between knowing one’s limits and pushing the envelope of human endurance. Here s a book by a woman who chose to lead a life of a real explorer something I truly admire In this memoir she offers a number of fascinating and dramatic tales of adventure discovery triumph and loss I was glued to its pages and I learned a lot about the world of diving following one s passion and overcoming fear no matter which profession or relationship you might find yourself in

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From one of the world’s most renowned cave divers a firsthand account of exploring the earth’s final frontier the hidden depths of our oceans and the sunken caves inside our planetMore people have died exploring underwater caves than climbing Mount Everest and we know about deep space than we do about the depths of our oceans From one of the top cave divers working today and one of the very few women in her field Into the Planet blends science adventure and memoir to bring readers face to face with the terror and beauty of earth’s remaining unk. Four years ago when I was diving in Derawan East Kalimantan I asked the dive shop to bring me to a site called Blue Light However I was rejected since it is a cave and I did not have a cave diving specialty certification That was the first time I paid specific attention about cave diving which still has not been a common practice in Indonesia yetAfter reading this book I became even discouraged Silt and hard enclosed environment are not my jam at all I ll stick with the clear blue tropical water with colorful corals and creatures thank youThat is why I have a huge respect to Jill in only nine years since her certification she managed to swim hundreds of meters in the bowels of earth did the first 3D map of an underwater cave A few years later she became the first person to dive the ice caves of Antarctica like literally swimming in an iceberg She faced death a bunch of times She had to drag her dead friends from their watery tombs She had to deal with sexism in the diving community Not to mention many personal ordealsThe book is easy to read and her diving experiences are well narrated They kept me at the edge of my figurative seat Seriously the part about the Mexican cenote was crazy and also when she lost her guide line due to a panic buddy Her experience with bends was horrible too I am lucky I only ever suffered minor ones rash many years ago I am grateful that she said it is useless to blame people and judge what s wrong since there are too many factors in play Even the experienced ones could be bent too and they might never know why In this book I could use fewer personal issues She had this weird lengthy account on her so called adventurer genetic trait R7 or something which was a huh what moment for me I am glad though to be finally able to read this book written by a woman especially even though I won t ever be a caverNevertheless since safety is number one when it comes to diving I am now planning to continue my certification till at least the rescue level Should be advantageous and increase my confidence in the water right Wish me luck

FREE READ à PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ï Jill Heinerth

Nowns and the extremes of human capabilityJill Heinerth the first person in history to dive deep into an Antarctic iceberg and leader of a team that discovered the ancient watery remains of Mayan civilizations has descended farther into the inner depths of our planet than any other woman She takes us into the harrowing split second decisions that determine whether a diver makes it back to safety the prejudices that prevent women from pursuing careers underwater and her endeavor to recover a fallen friend’s body from the confines of a cave But there?. Jill Heinerth is the Chris Traeger of diving It ll be fun Well it s grueling than fun She s made a career out of diving into the most dangerous caves in the world despite pain and injuries ingrained misogyny on the part of her fellow divers nearly all men and of course the mammoth level of risk inherent in cave diving in the first place Heinerth is a great spinner of yarns and she had me on the edge of my seat than once as she related near misses and brushes with death If you re curious to know about cave diving and what kind of person willingly signs up for that kind of job you ll really enjoy this memoir