That was in 1912 when Robert Falcon Scott died on his return from Antarctica. Together with other adventurers, he died from lack of food and warmth. His tragic death, followed by a bitter pill for the first release under the Antarctic. His efforts in this competition, ensuring its status as a national hero.
Nearly a century later, modern researchers continue to work towards a better understanding of the difficult conditions in Antarctica. Specifically, the temperature can reach as low as minus 90 degrees Celsius, with winds averaging 67 miles per hour. In 1912, with little understanding of the danger of destruction of the continent in store for him, Scott was ill-prepared for the task he undertook.
Verification letter Scott wrote to his wife when she worked as a researcher on the continent, allowing the isolation felt to display. Even today, scientists are lonely and isolated, regardless of the technology available to communicate. Captain Scott wife and children, a young man who left behind a complaint.
When Captain Scott’s body was found a couple of months after his death, was a letter to his wife to find. Scott died at 11 km to deliver the mail. Only Scott’s wife was in New Zealand to await his arrival, was informed of his death. more…