The Coldest Podcast on the Internet A look into daily life on the most hostile and desolate continent on Earth. Robert is an Electrician at the McMurdo station in Antarctica. Follow him as he goes about working and surviving on the ice.
We finally went Covid Level green and that means no masks and we can have some fun on station. I talk about some of the fun and training I had this week.
Then I go into the 4th French expedition and the forgotten Japanese one in the history segment.
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Well I am on my way back to the Ice. This episode I talk about the different process this year and isolation before hitting the Ice.
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Thursday May 16. Day 121 on ice.This episode I talk about my trip to the NASA part of the station and how it feels to be totally isolated from the world for a few days.On the history segment I cover the late 19th century and the seal industry.
This week I talk about an issue that came up at home. Then I cover a little about dangers of old equipment and the wind.I finish out the regular segment with a little about personality traits here.We end the show with a couple of questions.You can submit a question via email email@example.comYou can find me on Twitter @sparkyoniceFacebook at facebook.com/sparkyoniceYou can also find my youtube channel with different content—
This week I talk about how the South Pole Telescope helped image a black hole and talk about plane troubles here on the ice.No questions this week.If you want your questions answered on the show contact me at one of these links.TwitterFacebookYouTube Website—
This week is the first episode in real time. I talk about some frustrations about living here and the news about the flat earth cruise. I also answer listener questions about spoilers and auroras.Follow meTwitterFacebookYouTube Website—
This episode gets everyone caught up to the end of March. Winter rules are in effect, and it gets cold.One of the questions was about jobs. You can find them at this link https://www.usap.gov/jobsandopportunities/#agenciesYou can send me a voicemail on the Anchor app. You can also email me Podcast@sparkyonice,xyz. Be sure to check out our FaceBook, Twitter and Youtube pages as well.—
On this episode I cover a little about weather conditions and my experience out at the airfield along with answering a couple of questions.You can ask a question via voicemail on the Anchor App. You can also send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can like my page on Facebook, follow me on Twitter or subscribe to my Youtube channel.—This episode is sponsored by· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This episode covers about the first month on the ice. I talk about food, having to change rooms, Scott Hut, and other issues that came up during that time frame.I also answer a few listener questions. You can submit a question by voicemail on the anchor app or send me an email email@example.com. you can also find the facebook page Sparky on Ice, the Youtube channel, or Sparkyonice.xyz.—This episode is sponsored by· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Welcome to the first episode of Sparky on Ice, the coldest podcast on the internet.This being the first episode, I thought it would be a good idea to go back in time and talk about how I got here and the trip.Starting with the next episode I will be answering questions. You can submit one by emailing me firstname.lastname@example.org or using the anchor app to send a voicemail.Don't forget to check out my youtube and facebook channel or the website sparkyonice.xyz.---