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    PDF DOWNLOAD Fram over Polhavet. Den norske polarfærd 1893–1896 ´ Fridtjof Nansen The spirit of mankind will never rest till every spot of these regions has been trodden by the foot of man till every enigma has been solvedIn a time when a veil of mystery still shrouded the Arctic when maps were left blank in the northern regions and theories about polar continents and warm polar seas ran rampant Nansen and his men embarked on an expedition from which most people thought they would never return Theirs is an i

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Fram over Polhavet. Den norske polarfærd 1893–1896

Read & Download Fram over Polhavet. Den norske polarfærd 1893–1896 characters Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Fridtjof Nansen Fridtjof Nansen ✓ 9 Download Llustrasjoner av Egedius Sinding Nansen selv og flere1406 MB words1645100 charsBased on 350 words per page that is euivalent to 867 pag. This is the second time I read this book This book had a profound effect on my thinking since I read it five years ago So I decided to read it again to refresh my mind Although this book may seem as an adventure story it is in principle a book about patience and endurance Fridtjof Nansen was a Norwegian polar explorer A Noble Prize winner among many other things who had a crazy scientific idea that no one believed it In this book Nansen tells the tale of this idea not sparing the smallest detail Nansen wanted to reach the North Pole by the mean of drifting on the ice using a northern sea current that exists in the polar seas which he believed it would carry him to the North Pole He wanted to freeze his ship on the ice and wait until this current takes him across the North Pole So he built a ship specifically for this purpose The Fram The Fram was to be built in such a way that can withstand the ice pressure and be lifted by the pressure instead being crushed No one believed that such ship can be built but he found an engineer Colin Archer who managed to build itIn 1893 he took with him 13 scientists and headed toward the North Pole In September the ship got frozen at 78 degrees N and his mission has started He waited and observed But the drift was not as simple as he thought One day the ship drifts toward the north and the next day toward the south So he waited patiently for two years in that ship During that period the crew took all kind of scientific observations In March 1895 the ship reached 84 degrees N after long waiting But to Nansen that was not enough he wanted to go farther north farther than any human being in the history So he decided to leave the ship with one of his companions and a number of dogs and head northward to explore that unknown region He marched to the north until he reached 86 degrees N without seeing any land He could not reach farther than 86 degrees N because of the rough ice So he marched southward and got lost for a number of months losing all of his dogs were killed to be fed on Winter came and the long polar night took the light in the region So he had to stop and build a hut to live in it until the winter is finished Two crazy explorers living in the dark of the north pole They lived on bears flesh and whatever animals they encountered It was a monotonous life with no actions He described the experience as A School of Patience In 1896 the winter ended and he had to continue moving until he reached an Island There he was rescued by an English expedition that was exploring that region In August 1896 he reached Norway and was received as a hero bringing important scientific observations from that region Two weeks from his arrival the Fram arrived safely to Norway announcing the success of the expedition Nansen in this book describes the day to day activities and incidents that occur to him and his companion with details Bear hunting the strange long polar nights the puzzling arura the weird dog behavior in that place the sounds the ice pressure the polar sky the cold etc It is an epic story that impressed me a lot Due to the situation he lived in he recorded very interesting thoughts that makes the reader wonder think and dream Excellent book The Ladies of Grace Adieu and Other Stories per The Big Book of Blues The Fully Revised and Updated Biographical Encyclopedia page that is euivalent to 867 Spark and Burn Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 7 8 #4 pag. 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Read & Download Fram over Polhavet. Den norske polarfærd 1893–1896 characters Ü E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Fridtjof Nansen Fridtjof Nansen ✓ 9 Download Ar Johansen først mot polen så mot Franz Josef's land og en overvintring under særdeles kummerlige forhold Med alle fotografier og i. Fridtjof Nansen takes you there 1893 The Polar Sea The arctic ice was just a blank on the map and where others have failed Nansen will push onThis is a first person account based on handwritten journals day in day out Nansen must turn a deaf ear to those critical colleagues who say it can t be done He sees what others have done wrong and learns from it He figures out a key to the arctic puzzle the ice is not a fixed frozen waste one can simply walk across The ice that covers the north moves It drifts From east to west and what would happen if someone were to deliberately get their ship frozen in the ice Would the ice carry you across the polar sea Will it take you right across the North Pole itselfMy advice study the map at the beginning Get a feel for the geography what s what and where s where Then follow along as Nansen points his ship the Fram north and heads straight for the iceThis book was originally published in 1897 Reading it is connecting firsthand with history in the making

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