Image from page 304 of “The seventh continent; a history of the discovery and explorations of Antarctica” (1918)

Some cool Distress frequency images:

Image from page 304 of “The seventh continent; a history of the discovery and explorations of Antarctica” (1918)

Image by Internet Archive Book Images
Identifier: seventhcontinent00wrig
Title: The seventh continent; a history of the discovery and explorations of Antarctica
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Wright, Helen S. (Helen Saunders), b. 1874
Subjects:
Publisher: Boston, R.G. Badger
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: The Library of Congress

View Book Page: Book Viewer
About This Book: Catalog Entry
View All Images: All Images From Book

Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.

Text Appearing Before Image:
over its surface untilthat month, which corresponds with the Northern Aug-ust. * A circumstance, however, he continues, that is farmore objectionable to the Southern traveller than theextremity of temperature is the frequency of wind. Itis perhaps too broad a generalization to say that Arcticjourneys have usually been made under fine weatherconditions, but few, if any, Arctic travellers have beensubjected to the distressing frequency of blizzards andstrong winds that added so much to our discomfort inthe South. The geographical difference between the work of theNorthern and Southern sledge traveller is as great asthe climate, if not greater. … To the South, it willbe seen that everywhere the explorers ship is broughtup by solid land or by some mighty wall resembling thatof the Great Ice Barrier; to pass beyond his ship there-fore, the explorer must either travel over land or overgreat and ancient snow-fields which possess a similarsurface. We have, therefore, this great geographical

Text Appearing After Image:
Captain Scott ^s Explorations 253 difference between the North and the South; the greaterpart of Northern travelling has been and will be doneon sea-ice, but the greater part of Southern travellinghas been and will be done over land surfaces, or what inthis respect are their equivalents. On travelling over the Great Barrier to the South,I was constantly impressed by recognizing the diffi-culties of surface so graphically described by Nansen inhis First Crossing of Greenland; and I came to the con-clusion that the conditions were very similar. But I wasstill more impressed by the obvious impossibility ofdragging a sledge over such a surface at the rate main-tained by the old English travellers on the Northernsea-ice. A general comparison of the sledging condi-tions met with in the North and in the South CEUinotbe said, therefore, to be in favour of the latter, and itmust be conceded that the Antarctic sledge travellerjourneys under considerable relative disadvantage; hehas to meet seve

Note About Images
Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability – coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

NAVICO Simrad Fisheries TD-L1550A Taiyo Compact VHF Automatic Digital Direction Finder / TD-L1550A /

NAVICO Simrad Fisheries TD-L1550A Taiyo Compact VHF Automatic Digital Direction Finder / TD-L1550A /

NAVICO Simrad Fisheries TD-L1550A Taiyo Compact VHF Automatic Digital Direction Finder / TD-L1550A /

  • MPN: TD-L1550A

Compact VHF Automatic Digital Direction FinderDesigned for direction finding and receiving International VHF channels, U.S. Weather Channels or Scandinavian Fishing Channels, and 121 .5 MHz distress frequency with its compact main unit.This model provides a unique homing indicator as well as digital readout. Homing indicator is consist of 18 LEOs, and digital readouts are in one degree increments.The digital display shows the bearing, the channel and gives a reading of the signal strength on a l

List Price: $ 4,200.00

Price: [wpramaprice asin=”B00IS5QE4K”]

[wpramareviews asin=”B00IS5QE4K”]

Find More Distress Frequency Products

Dispelling Weitko

Dispelling Weitko
People who are channeling the vibratory frequency of wetiko align with each other through psychic resonance to reinforce their unspoken shared agreement so as to uphold their deranged view of reality. ….. Periods of disturbance and distress in our …
Read more on Dissident Voice

What Dreams May Come at the End of Life
The semi-structured interviews contained closed and open-ended questions about the content, frequency, and comfort or distress of dreams and visions. The final sample had 59 participants, most of whom reported experiencing at least 1 dream or vision.
Read more on Medscape

WMN Letters: The battle against TB disease must go on
The recent televised report of a Beominster farming family, losing their cows to bovine TB and the removal of cows 140 miles to Wales for slaughter clearly caused the family great distress and must have been equally distressing to viewers. The heavy …
Read more on Western Morning News

NAVICO TD-L1550A / Simrad Fisheries TD-L1550A Taiyo Compact VHF Automatic Digital Direction Finder

NAVICO TD-L1550A / Simrad Fisheries TD-L1550A Taiyo Compact VHF Automatic Digital Direction Finder

NAVICO TD-L1550A / Simrad Fisheries TD-L1550A Taiyo Compact VHF Automatic Digital Direction Finder

  • MPN: TD-L1550A

Compact VHF Automatic Digital Direction FinderDesigned for direction finding and receiving International VHF channels, U.S. Weather Channels or Scandinavian Fishing Channels, and 121 .5 MHz distress frequency with its compact main unit.This model provides a unique homing indicator as well as digital readout. Homing indicator is consist of 18 LEOs, and digital readouts are in one degree increments.The digital display shows the bearing, the channel and gives a reading of the signal strength on a l

List Price: $ 4,527.43

Price: [wpramaprice asin=”B00IG0KS6C”]

[wpramareviews asin=”B00IG0KS6C”]

ZLM Taupo Maritime Radio Taupo, New Zealand_12356KHz(USB)

S-2000 ANT:Long wire(30m)+Antenna coupler CAT-10 26-Mar-2012 09:04(UTC) received in Japan QTH:北緯34度51分38.9秒 東経136度22分57.3秒 Elevation:165m.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

SWL of a QSO between JJ in South Africa and another station! I was stationary mobile at the time and parked on a farm out near Warwick, Queensland, Australia…
Video Rating: 0 / 5