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South Pole Group Job Vacancy: Junior Designer – Jakarta, Indonesian

Job Description Our global Marketing is gearing up to take the company to its next level. We are seeking a dedicated and resourceful young professional who complements our team. Working closely with the Director Marketing and Communications and the D...
by Lowongan Kerja Terbaru on Mar 14, 2016

On This Day – January 17th 1912

Scott’s Polar Party Reach The South Pole. Terra Nova Expedition. “Great God! This is an awful place …..” Robert Falcon Scott, Edward Wilson, Henry Bowers, Edgar ‘Taff’ Evans and Lawrence Oates arrived at the South...
by Tom Crean Discovery on Jan 16, 2016

On This Day – January 4th 1912

Crean and Scott’s Last Farewell Terra Nova Expedition January 4th 1912 On January 4th, 1912, Tom Crean would bid a final farewell to Captain Robert Falcon Scott, on the Polar Plateau, approximately 150 miles from the South Pole. Crean had serv...
by Tom Crean Discovery on Jan 3, 2016

Tom Crean – Christmas Day 1902.

On This Day – December 25th 1902. A First Christmas On The Ice Of Antarctica. The Discovery Expedition (1901 – 1904). Relatively speaking, Antarctica has only two seasons – Winter and Summer, and they occur contrary to the seasons i...
by Tom Crean Discovery on Dec 24, 2015

The Southern Journey Remembered.

Scott’s Southern Journey. A Quotation by Thomas Griffith Taylor. NOVEMBER 1st 1911 “Cherry had Michael, a steady goer, and Wilson led Nobby — the pony rescued from the killer whales in March…. Christopher, as usual, behaved like a...
by Tom Crean Discovery on Nov 2, 2015

Scott Leaves Cape Evans – Destination The South Pole.

On This Day – November 1st 1911 – The Push For The Pole The Terra Nova Expedition On November 1st 1911, Captain Robert Falcon Scott departed the base camp hut at Cape Evans, for the last time. The Pony Party consisted of Scott and nine ot...
by Tom Crean Discovery on Nov 1, 2015

The Motor Party departs for the South Pole & the Southern Journey Begins.

On This Day – October 24th 1911. The Terra Nova Expedition. Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s assault on the South Pole was finally set in motion on October 24th 1911, when the “Motor Party’ rolled out of Cape Evans with two motor...
by Tom Crean Discovery on Oct 23, 2015

The Last Place On Earth

The Last Place On Earth A Central Television Production, 1985 The story itself is long over a century old, and this television production has notched three decades since its first airing. This is the story of Scott’s Terra Nova Expedition, whic...
by Tom Crean Discovery on Oct 11, 2015

On This Day – September 10th 1904

Discovery Arrives at Plymouth. British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04. Generally known as the Discovery Expedition, The British National Antarctic Expedition, 1901–04, was Britain’s first official foray into Antarctic climes since t...
by Tom Crean Discovery on Sep 10, 2015

On This Day – March 29th 1912

The Death Of The Polar Party Terra Nova Expedition On the 29th of March 1912, in a blizzard battered tent on Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf, Robert Falcon Scott’s trembling frozen Continue Reading →...
by Tom Crean Discovery on Mar 29, 2015

Roald Amundsen

The Race To The South Pole The Heroic Age of Antarctic Exploration is probably best remembered and recounted for its tragedies and not its triumphs. The public outpouring of grief Continue Reading →...
by Tom Crean Discovery on Mar 28, 2015

Kate Leeming Is Breaking The Cycle South Pole Style

Most travel has been done before so it is always great to come across a truly unique travel story. Just this last weekend I met an inspiring traveller who has an amazing ambition. Kate Leeming is breaking the cycle (maybe literally) by cycling to the...
by Flights And Frustration on Feb 27, 2015

North Korean EMP Weapon That Can Strike U.S. For Real?

There’s been increased chatter about the North Koreans having the capability of attacking the United States using an electromagnetic pulse weapon that could fry electronics and power grids. From F. Michael Maloof on the independent news website Wor...
by Survival And Prosperity on Apr 10, 2014

Cosmic inflation: ‘Spectacular’ discovery hailed

  (Media Release) Scientists say they have extraordinary new evidence to support a Big Bang Theory for the origin of the Universe.  Researchers believe they have found the signal left in the sky by the super-rapid expansion of space that must h...
by Free PR Online on Mar 19, 2014

Do You “Explore”? Not Likely.

I have this little eccentricity about travel writing: I gag whenever someone casually uses “explore” in any form. For example, “I explored Sweden this summer.” Or Twitter bios that say stuff like “I’m an explorer who is determined to visi...

Lewis Clarke Reaches the South Pole

Congratulations to Lewis Clarke on reaching the South Pole. Sixteen-year-old Lewis Clarke, a british school boy has become the youngest person to trek to the Antarctic landmark, in the South Pole. Read more...http://news.uk.msn.com/in-pictures/britis...
by Humour, Ideas and Opinions on Jan 19, 2014

Antarctica: An Amazing Continent Full Of Scientific Research

GlobeTrekker The Globetrekker series is always my favorite TV shows I like to watch.  Check out their Website here, Pilot Guides GlobeTrekker.   Luckily, where I live I get the PBS UNC-Explorer Channel.  UNC-EX is an amazing channel which Broadcas...
by Troubled Biologist on Dec 21, 2013

The Legend of Korra: Janet Varney on Book Two, Taking on Spirits and Fan …

After their successful series Avatar: The Last Airbender, which ran from 2005 to 2008 and earned Nickelodeon Emmys, Annies, a Peabody, and consistently high ratings, creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko had options. But storytelling&#...

Magnets

Puzzle game lovers, come and solve the game of magnets by linking the components together! Your goal in this game is to connect 3 or more magnets of the same color so that they can be destroyed. When the game starts, multiple magnets of different col...
by SeeGames2013.Com on Jul 13, 2013

Epic Arrival on Mainland Antarctica

The location for this magic was that little known "harbour" called Neko Harbour. It sits eloquently against a vast array of shining icebergs, tilting glaciers and endless snow mountains. This is the real Antarctica on view here. This is what you expe...
by Travel Tips on Apr 4, 2013


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