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Originally posted by LeLeu
A trip to Antarctica sounds like fun count me in.
I've never seen snow before.
It's the yellow stuff you have to look out for, right?
Prepare yourself for a huge disappointment.
Originally posted by Teriq
i really wanna know if hollow earth is a real thing and i believe it
The annual average temperature is -50°C (-58°F). Winter temperatures drop quickly, then level out. Summer is short, from mid-December to mid-January, however, temperatures can reach a balmy -30°C (-22°F)!
Originally posted by halfoldman
Otherwise, one could study some form of science and join a scientific expedition, and once you're in Antarctica you can sneak off the base on your mission.edit on 13-2-2012 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Freeborn
reply to post by Teriq
You do realise that you can't just hop an a plane or a boat and travel to Antartica don't you?
You need all relevant travel documents and permission from all the relevant governments whose territory you will be travelling through.
And once there exactly how do you plan to travel to this elusive and mysterious entrance
But if you do please keep us informed,
The Antarctic Treaty was signed in 1959 by 12 countries; to date, 49 countries have signed the treaty. The treaty prohibits military activities and mineral mining, prohibits nuclear explosions and nuclear waste disposal, supports scientific research, and protects the continent's ecozone.