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General Discussion » Create Customizable Interactive Maps » 11/23/2022 8:22 am

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General Discussion » Messenger vulnerability » 11/23/2022 8:21 am

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General Discussion » What are the most epic university pranks in history? » 11/23/2022 8:20 am

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No one seems to have mentioned the Great Cornell Pumpkin Caper of 1997 (my title), so I will do my duty and represent my alma mater.

It was October 1997, and the student body woke up to find a round, orange gourd impaled atop the 173 ft high spire of McGraw Tower, seemingly in preparation for Halloween.

How did it get there? No one was talking. Some said it was a plucky engineering student with a penchant for rock climbing; others joked that the school’s president, Hunter Rawlings III (a notoriously tall man), placed it there by standing on his tippy toes. But the truth remained a mystery.

The pumpkin’s notoriety was magnified by just how long it remained up there. Everyone expected the thing to decompose as it was exposed to the elements, yet it lasted for days, weeks, and even months, prompting many to doubt if it was actually a real pumpkin.

Scientific tests ultimately proved that it was, in fact, a real pumpkin, and so its longevity added to its legend. All told, the pumpkin sat up there for 158 days, until finally taken down in March of ‘98.

To this day, no one knows for sure who put it up there or how they managed to do it, but the Cornell pumpkin is remembered with warm reverence in the hearts of the those who walked to class beneath its watchful orange eye.

General Discussion » What are some interesting facts about Mount Everest climbers? » 11/23/2022 8:17 am

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The most interesting fact is that they are literally carried to the top of Everest by the Sherpas. Climbing Everest is hard. The lack of oxygen makes it extremely hard to function in the high altitude. Combine that with strong chilling winds, deep crevasses and steep slopes, it really is hard.

But one interesting thing is that Sherpas do everything from carrying their kits, guiding the foreign climbers, fixing the ropes and even cooking food for them. And when they experience some health issues, Sherpas carry them of their backs. So basically Sherpas carry them like a baby to the Everest.

And then these climbers move to their countries and become motivational speakers. They tell tales about how fearlessly they climbed the Everest like a real adventurer. Don’t get me wrong. There are many skillful foreign climbers who climb the Everest without becoming much of a burden to the Sherpas. These foreign climbers are highly skilled and have a good experience in mountaineering. They become an asset to the climbing team. But there are also too many foreign tourists who just pay the money and expect Sherpas to carry them to top of the Everest on their backs.

My suggestion is that develop some mountaineering skills and climb some less challenging mountains. Gain some experience and then only after that, try Everest. Don’t go to Everest to become burden for Sherpas but go there to become a valuable asset to the climbing team.

And lastly, Unless they are experienced Mountaineers, please donot believe the tales of those MOTIVATIONAL speakers.

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