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New York Times blog: Lost in Time in the Antarctic Ice Age

20 Sep 2012, 12:57 UTC
New York Times blog: Lost in Time in the Antarctic Ice Age
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Alex wrote this for the New York Times: Living in Antarctica in what I call the Worst Winter in the World can be likened to living through the ice age — surrounded by ice, in extreme temperatures, reliant on available … Continue reading →

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Alex wrote this for the New York Times:
Living in Antarctica in what I call the Worst Winter in the World can be likened to living through the ice age — surrounded by ice, in extreme temperatures, reliant on available food and warmth for survival. Living in the darkness, with various sleep difficulties, I have observed and documented changes in my own and fellow crew members’ day-night cycles over the past eight months, and I have noticed a strange change in my perception in the passing of time.
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