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July 23, 2010



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Bon voyage to the Canadian explorers heading towards the pole..!

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Its heartening to know that, climbers turned altruists like Mortenson are supporting the cause of women empowerment through their education, in Afghanistan..

At the same time ,the gory story of the crew of more than 100 polar explorers turned into cannibals, has got me thinking of how safe is it to take a risk to travel in an unexplored region with difficult weather patterns even with reliable resources of navigation like ships..

More than mountain deaths of climbers , the death of people in the sea is horrendous, and history has been a witness!

The new-age Canadian explorers headed towards the Arctic, with the testimonies of over 15 decades and the most scientifically advanced sea-floor surveying tools, are going to change this record..!

Wish them Bon Voyage!

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