I was asking irrespective.
hasnt it got to do with the lack of oxygenated blood going to your head, making you go dizzy?
Of course. Those are the mechanics of it.hasnt it got to do with the lack of oxygenated blood going to your head, making you go dizzy?
I know I keep bangin on about this, but I really envied his joy of life, ironically. I wonder if a risk-taking element is bound up in that kind of personality, tho?
Also (although his death is still unexplained) what effect will his death have? He's been spoken of as a great example for gays, but won't this manner of death have the opposite effect...and possibly reinforce unhelpful stereotypes about gay people being hedonistic and reckless?
(Sorry if that offends anyone - just posing a question).
Why do people take drugs? Why do people drive cars really fast?Of course. Those are the mechanics of it.
But how do we explain the willingness to expose oneself to this obvious danger?
Come to the edge of losing consciousness but not tumble over ... and into death?