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Old December 12th, 2002, 07:27 PM
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On page 387, in both the "Compression" and "Decompression" sections of "Pressure Breach" the rules list the activity for an area of 100 square centimeters (1 square meter.)

I'm *assuming* that a 1 square meter hole is what is meant (as this is the size listed for breaching with explosives elsewhere in the rules), which would be a 100 cm square. 100 square centimeters is only .01 square meters.
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The RL data for the compression/decompression rates were from using the smaller hole (100 cm^2).
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Ah, I stand corrected. So, the numbers are for a 100 square centimeter hole, not a one-square meter hole.
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