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comment Surviving under water in air bubble
Right, so if getting rid of the CO2 is the thing that matters, a very crude first approximation would perhaps be to assume that salt water absorbs CO2 as quickly as the human lung-blood-interface, and that the water under the boat is circulated as well as blood is in/near the lungs. An air-water interface of 70 m^2, the surface area of a human lung, sounds entirely achievable for such an air bubble...
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