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A question for those with oil production experience...
Many years ago, people working on an oil or gas well were prohibited
from having *any* electrical devices--which today would include
radios, music players, digital cameras, etc. The chance of a spark,
however remote, was considered too great a risk.
In this thread, we have heard many people asking why digital shots
were not made from a camera-equipped cell phone if nothing else. Could
it be that no one was permitted on the production deck with a cell
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