Would you live in six months of darkness and temperatures more than 100 degrees below zero for your job? In a rare interview, Kim Komando talks with one elite scientist, stationed at the South Pole about how he copes with life in this desolate environment.
Listen to this free podcast and learn how Mack Van Rossem, one of 200 scientists living and working at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, deals with isolation, extreme conditions and challenges of life so far away from the rest of the world. Why are they there? How do they keep from going stir-crazy? And if you think your commute is tough, wait till you hear what Van Rossem has to endure every day just to get to his lab. It's a fascinating glimpse of life at the bottom of the world.
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