Wow. Your travelling/trekking photos are gorgeous. Especially Nanda Devi....she is as beautiful as all the stories say. And your accident....whoa. Hope that arm and chest are in good shape now!
I'm not sure about my "expertise"....I think there are far too many gaps in my l knowledge still, despite owning a textbook of altitude-related pathophysiology, several books about medicine in mountaineering, and 20 years in health care as a profession. However, I am more than happy to attempt to answer any questions
As regards Borzenkov, I did read his theories about events of the incident, but what I see begins near the ravine, with 3 of the group helping injured Tibo-----I didn't see his ideas of what could have made the group exit the tent in the first place (definitely a possibility that I just missed seeing it).
His maps are great. I am very interested in cartography-----I bet you might appreciate my atlas of the Himalaya.
Thank you so much for a well-organized and comprehensive site; the amount of information (and original source information!) here is staggering! My hat is off to you.