I am trying to go through all the possible things that might happen and what the appropriate response is. I am unsure what to do in the following situation (which I realize is a pretty severe fuckup and you should prevent getting in this situation):
Twisted autorotation, you have thrown both reserves and they were both eaten by the wing. No base harness, just a normal acro harness.
I can think of:
Option A: yank on one of the reserves, hoping it will somehow exit the wing and fly again.
Option B: pull one of the reserve in completely, then "throw" it again.
Option C: yank on only one line of one of the reserves, hoping that this will increase the area of the uninflated reserve and help it to inflate.
Option D: if you're not twisted too badly, try with both hands to pull one of the brakes through the twist, stopping the rotation to help the reserves open. (I have seen one person saving his life that way)
Option E: Somehow try to reach above the twist...?
Option F: Use your quickouts to disconnect the glider and pray that your reserve pulls out of the paraglider flying off. I've never heard anyone propose this but I was wondering whether it would be considered a sane choice if you are in a really desperate situation. (I am guessing not ;-))