Has anyone ever climbed down to the bottom of a large crevasse and explored the inside of a glacier?
>>2285000I value life.
>>2285000This is incredibly stupid.
>>2285005I would assume that these are constantly caving in and shifting and all sorts of awful shit.
>>2285018Sure, but those dangers could probably be mitigated by relatively quick trips (maybe no more than a day or two at a time), and also doing it at a time a year where temperatures never rise above freezing.
>>2285000Why are you asking /out/ instead of google? https://youtube.com/watch?v=Gbfu2-Z_iDI
>>2285000Yeah my dad and uncle, on two separate occasions. Dad broke his heel, fell in a 7 hours coma and had to get out and hike for 4hours to get help.T. Alpine nigger
>>2285031If this isn't bait you are clinically retarded, anon. You can not know WHEN these shits collapse or move. It does not matter how long you are in there, all it needs is bad luck.
I've been in crevasses when doing rescue and self rescue training. You don't want to hang out down there.Maybe you're thinking of ice flow and ice cave exploration like you can do in Iceland?
We have VR R/C drones now that literally anyone can buy for little money.The worst thing that could happen is that you lose the drone to a crash/loss of connection.
>>2285192Of course you can't, I didn't say you could. I said you could go in conditions when it is less likely to happen.
>tried to investigate the cold glacier inside your birth giver after your black dad left you
>>2285000sounds pretty coolhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLtNlvw7fSkalso is it really an emergency if you had enough time to vloghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xpx4ajgaL08https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VB2LQbUGCfI
>>2285000Yes, but none of us here have.
>>2285000No, that's where the ice goblins live