Rock climber fell 300 feet into rock, paralyzed but survived.

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toomuchgrief

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I was reading this news, a woman who was a rock climber, fell vertically into rocks 300 feet. She survived, paralyzed but survived. A year later she able to skis now.


Anyone who chose jump method willing to take this risk? The risk of paralyze for the rest of your life if you fail your attempt. And 300 feet is not even a guarantee.

I'm fortunate I have money to travel to a 2,000 feet bridge, it just I not even sure if it a guarantee anymore, as we all know there people who fall out of airplane and still survived. Are Nembutal a guarantee? Since I have money I can get N, what are the consequences of survived an N attempt? Any N method people here care to share the aftermath of survive an N attempt?
 
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toomuchgrief

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Yeah, she fell 300 feet total. Paralyzed, then a year later she able to skis, I don't think she able to climb rocks anymore.

I'm willing to take my chance at a 2,000 feet bridge though. It just what if you survived a 2,000 feet plunge? Forever coma and paralyze?

Any Nembutal folks here, what are the consequences of survived an N attempt? I have money so I can buy N, it just if it going to pass custom here to arrive to U.S.A?
 
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The bridge I've chosen is around 150ft, stories like this don't really mean much to me because there's always a risk that you won't get an outcome that you expect.

There are tons of stories if you look for them about someone miraculously surviving the unsurvivable.
 
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Saed

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How can anyone survive nembutal?
I read an account a couple if years back (possibly on lostallhope?)
A German guy was in Czechoslovakia,in a hut in the depths of a forest,with a female suicide partner. Iirc,she called for help at some point.
She died,but the guy was hooked-up to some machine that basically cleaned his blood.
Survived,but,of course,anyone can type anything on the internet.
I remember being amazed that the country they ventured to,in order to succeed,happened to be the one that had a specialist unit for this.
 
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AnxietyAttack44

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I read an account a couple if years back (possibly on lostallhope?)
A German guy was in Czechoslovakia,in a hut in the depths of a forest,with a female suicide partner. Iirc,she called for help at some point.
She died,but the guy was hooked-up to some machine that basically cleaned his blood.
Survived,but,of course,anyone can type anything on the internet.
I remember being amazed that the country they ventured to,in order to succeed,happened to be the one that had a specialist unit for this.
Talk about luck
 
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Saed

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Talk about luck
Actually,someone just PM'd me link to a story that has to be the same guy,only a couple of critical details are different.
He was in a hotel in C,took 16g,got off his face on MDMA and booze,called for help himself (sent an sms and recpient did. Tantamount to same thing,really)
This account doesn't even mention what happened to the girl.

 
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I couldn't access the link but if it's this Colorado one the details are different:

https://www.forbes.com/sites/steven...t-onto-a-rock-and-surviving-to-tell-the-tale/

'She fell 200 feet straight down, hit a flat rock surface, then fell another 100 feet... This appears to be the highest vertical free fall onto a hard surface that a human has been documented to survive.'
Yes and also depending on how one falls, what one is wearing, and even the ground (in this case, rocky surfaces) will affect the outcome. The first 200 feet could be fatal and while it's true she fell a total of 300 feet, if the first 200 feet didn't end up lethal then, there is less chance that a smaller fall (still a lot) at 100 feet would have done it.
 
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Starcitty

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300 feet? Lol most people would not survive that. Even if you were still alive you'd either die within minutes or hours. One of the reasons she survived is because someone witnessed her fall. If you want to jump no one can see you do this because that makes the chance higher that if you survived they'll take you to the hospital. I also think the woman was knocked out when she fell.

If you jump you'll certainly pass away so don't worry about it. Committing suicide in front of anyone or having anyone around is a pretty bad idea.
 
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You say a year later she was ale to ski. This shows she isn't permanently paralyzed.

Another thing to note is she was a rock climber so she probably had a strong helmet and some strong ''armour'' or something like that, that saved her from death.
 
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