July 4, 2013

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White Mars – a Guinea Pig’s View

White Mars - a Guinea Pig's View

Richmond wearing sleep monitor By Brian Newham We are now in the midst of another five-day series of tests as part of the White Mars project. We do these tests every 28 days, and because they take about four hours for each of us to go through the process we stagger them over five days. For those of you who don’t know already, the White Mars project aims to examine the physiological and…

Fact of the Day:

Fact of the Day:

The Pole of Inaccessibility is the point on the Antarctic continent which is furthest from any coast. The Russian research station Vostok is not far away.The location is marked by a bust of Vladimir Lenin facing Moscow and is protected as a historical site. Inside the small station there, there is a golden visitor’s book for those who make it to…

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