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The Coldest March: Scott's Fatal Antarctic Expedition

Capt. Robert Falcon Scott's tragic 1911-12 South Pole expedition has long been an Antarctic legend, viewed by some as a saga of heroism and by others as a cautionary tale of human folly. Distinguished polar scientist Susan Solomon, an authority on Antarctic science, presented extraordinary evidence that unusually cold weather-not failures of leadership-doomed Scott and his men.Drawing on her published book, The Coldest March, as well as recent research, Solomon debunked other myths about the expedition, and offered new insights into the lives and deaths of Scott and his heroic companions.http://bit.ly/LLiEIe See more events from the Chemistry Centre, London
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