SINGAPORE: Remaining on an ice sheet with just a shirt on his back was not how Teacher Benjamin Horton figured his excursion to Antarctica would go. 메이저놀이터 바카라하는법 바카라규칙
“The principal two or three days, the weather conditions was astounding. The seas resembled a mirror. We had untamed life, humpback whales, jumping out (of the sea),” said the overseer of the Earth Observatory of Singapore.
“I was over dressed.”
It was around 15 degrees Celsius in the early evening, not the sort of temperature he was hoping to look in the South Pole.
“Toward its finish, I was simply wearing a shirt, no cap, no gloves,” the 52-year-old researcher told CNA’s Julie Yoo in The Environment Discussion webcast.
Antarctica is the coldest, driest and windiest mainland on earth. Yet, summers here can be shockingly gentle and flighty.
The following morning, atmospheric conditions were so poor the group couldn’t get off the boat.
“We went in the mid year season and it was merciless. You can’t go in the colder time of year season, so you just get these concise previews,” said Prof Horton.
The teacher and 26-year-old PhD understudy Tan Tooth Yi were essential for a Singapore logical campaign to Antarctica to concentrate on ocean level ascent.
온라인카지노 안전놀이터 신규사이트 메이저사이트 메이저놀이터 바카라 바카라하는법 바카라규칙 슬롯 슬롯머신 슬롯하는법 잭팟 룰렛 온라인슬롯 안전공원