Living a Life on Ice | Continent 7: Antarctica



Imagine an environment with extreme wind, ice cold, volcanoes, and giant hidden holes on the sea ice you have to travel on; then imagine being responsible for all the lives you lead out into this environment. Field Trainer Tom Arnold explains.
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At -100 degrees F, you’ll survive for less than 3 minutes and burn 5,000 calories a day, and boiling water can turn to snow instantly. And, at less than 1% humidity, your body will lose water just breathing. This is Station Zero: Antarctica, where close-knit communities of scientists, engineers, and hardened field vets have forged an existence unlike anything on our planet.

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  1. My question would be, how in the world do you go to the bathroom when it's -40 ? You must have to put up a special tent but how do you expose skin in that temperature?

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