Shirley Henderson AKA Sher July 07, 2018

Update on this article: On July 10, 2018 the 13 trapped people at the cave in Thailand were rescue using plan C from as planed in this theory now a case study with substantial findings as confirm to be successful under the circumstances here is the link. Please continue reading this theories could be of use under different outcomes such as more oxygen and more time among other variables.

Sher’s Theory on How to Rescue People from Flooded Caves

Hi Friends this theory was created with the original title of Sher on How to Rescue the Thailand boys trapped in the cave ASP but I change it so in the future people can find it easily if they need it.

I just read Elon Musk Twits. Also, Vitalik Buterin is following the updates to the same post and I feel the need to help.

Let’s go to the point, here is my theory on how we can rescue the team of football players who got trap at the Thailand cave in July 2018. This action plan if proven successful can be use in future rescues when needed. What the rescue team is doing until now is amazing plus now Elon Musk with his Boring Company is helping out. Allow me to help too but please proceed with caution and make due diligence.

Disclaimer: The following plans should be evaluated by engineers, I Shirley Henderson or sherwork.com do not assume the responsibility if fatalities in the attempt. I am not licensed to give any professional advice regarding rescuing people in caves, this is an emergency and this is just my opinion so I will leave it to your consideration and the authorities.

First of all we need to see the pros and cons

The Cons

  1. Physical limitations: The boys can’t swim, they are week and mentally exhausted from the stress of being trap inside the cave for so long.
  2. The passages are too tight to allow oxygen tanks to cross it
  3. The professional rescue team has physical limitations as well since they are humans and not robots, they need oxygen to breathe underwater and surface inside the cave.
  4. The necessary biological needs of the population involved at the scene need to be satisfied.
  5. Take in consideration that the oxygenate supply can break down at any time.
  6. The water levels can flood the entire cave if the rains accumulating the water in.
  7. What are the probabilities of a safe exit from the rescue team in a case of 90%+ flood level while inside the cave?Keep reading now is when we see the light at the end of the tunnel, looking at the bright side.

The Pros

  1. They are a live.
  2. Psychologically they have each other, that is the power of the team. They have the we go in together, we go out together mentality and we should maintain the spirits high.
  3. They have professional divers and navy seals to the rescue.
  4. They have tools, maybe with back up tools?
  5. Electricity plus on site batteries to run machinery. Solar power?
  6. They have oxygen tubes
  7. Now they have Elon Musk to assist.

Solutions

  1. We need to get the water levels where the boys will not have to dive since they can’t swim and are week. However, they can try to walk and swim with life jackets, head protection with flash lights on and keep their heads above water
  2. The passages are too tight to wear oxygen tanks to cross it so we need to drill, make some mining work knocking the down side walls in order to opening the cavity space so the boys can cross freely.
  3. Keep doing what is being done so far such as pumping the water out and supplying oxygen into the cave when necessary.

Are you ready? Here’s the plan actually I got plan A, plan B and plan C please choose wisely. Think “time” when making the selection.

Plan A

1.-Depending on the oxygen supply we must position a team of divers in each chamber to work simultaneously.

2.- In each chamber the rescue team must drill underwater flushing the water level down by drilling deep into the ground

3.- In each chamber the team must to open up the cavity space to make free access the necessary under the circumstances make an evaluation of the necessary dimensions to work on.

3.- Because we have one rescue team in each chamber that way the finishing affords will be simultaneous and when is time to evacuate the team, it will be in one move.

4.-That way the oxygen requirements will be provided artificially to its maximum capacity.

Note: Before proceeding please make an substantial analysis of percentage of success based on an evaluation of time when this task is executed taking in consideration oxygen supply.

Plan B

1.-Depending on the oxygen supply we must position a team of divers in each chamber to drill underwater forcing the water level to go down by drilling the ground.

2.- In each chamber the team must to open up the cavity space to make free access the necessary under the circumstances make an evaluation of the necessary dimensions to work on.

3.- This method requires one chamber at the time, starting from end of cave to the entrance/exit that way the oxygen requirements will be provided artificially to its maximum capacity.

4.- This method will allow the team, when is time to evacuate to be done in a series of of moves between chambers.

Note: Before proceeding please make an analysis of percentage of success based on an evaluation of time when this task is executed.

Plan C

1.-Depending on the oxygen supply we must position a team of divers in each chamber to drill underwater forcing the water level to go down by drilling the ground.

2.- In each chamber the team must to open up the cavity space from the lower areas not the upper area of the space to be open to prevent cave ins/collapses to make free access the necessary under the circumstances make an evaluation of the necessary dimensions to work on.

3.- This method requires one chamber at the time, starting from entrance/exit of cave to the end, that way the oxygen requirements will be provided by the force of nature instead of artificial on the mayority.

4.- This method will allow the team, when is time to evacuate to be done in one long move

Note: Before proceeding please make an analysis of percentage of success based on an evaluation of time when this task is executed.

I am not done yet, wait. There’s more!

Here’s the details.

Is my observation that we can use the water from the flood to our advantage to move the boys quickly

by using a rope to pull them out while they can float with the life saver best. Other wise if we drain completely the cave channel they will have to climb to much while their biological conditions are degraded. By this conclusion the opening cavity to make a pathway should be the priority. With care no to collapse the entry way from each chamber.

Note: The success of the rescue will be in draining the water down by drilling down the ground. Yeah, I think the safes way is to drill down.

 

There you have it! Thank you, to everybody involved in this heroic work. Let’s keep making the world a better place because we are one.

My name is Shirley Henderson and I am on the side of human kind. See you guys back.

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Update on this article:On July 10, 2018 the 13 trapped people at the cave in Thailand were rescue using plan C from as planed in this theory now a case study with substantial findings as confirm to be successful under the circumstances here is the link.

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