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YOU CAN BE AMONG THE FIRST TO CROSS THE NORTHWEST PASSAGE

  A little over a year ago, I described how global warming had melted the northernmost iceflows, opening up the Northwest Passage. I reported that Russian cargo ships were about to take a new sea route, located 500 miles north of the Arctic circle and less than 1200 miles from the North Pole.   How  Continue Reading »

HUMANS ARE STILL ATTEMPTING TO REACH THE NORTH POLE ON FOOT

Current Polar Explorers Eric Larsen and Ryan Waters will have to average 13 miles a day through difficult terrain on their journey to the North Pole to reach a safe point before they run out of food and water. Amazingly, after all these years, since the Pole was first reached by explorer and physician Frederick  Continue Reading »