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(Newser)   Cool: 100-year-old shipwreck found. Sad: Was sailed on a doomed expedition to the Antarctic. Weird: It was found off the coast of GREENLAND   (newser.com) divider line 8
    More: Weird, Antarctica, Greenland, US Coast Guard, Arctic  
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2012-08-17 08:28:10 AM
2 votes:
Scott was a piker and a whiner.

You want real Antarctic adventure? Ernest Shackleton. Hardassery of the highest order.
2012-08-17 01:01:33 PM
1 votes:
For just one time,
I would take that Northwest Passage,
To find the hand of Franklin
Reaching for the Beaufort Sea...

I thought this would be Erebus or Terror.
2012-08-17 02:45:30 AM
1 votes:
What is truly weird s the level of Fail! that subbie achieved with his headline.
2012-08-17 02:32:22 AM
1 votes:
Were there any other-worldly horrors in the cargo hold? Perhaps having multiple tentacles and near-impenetrable skin?
2012-08-17 02:31:39 AM
1 votes:
Reading comprehension, how does it work?
2012-08-17 02:26:53 AM
1 votes:

NotARocketScientist: Not so weird if you RTFA

FTFA:The Terra Nova was built in 1884, sailed by Scott to the Antarctic in 1911, and later was used by a Newfoundland seal fishery. In 1942 it was chartered to sail supplies to Greenland, but was damaged by ice the next year; the US Coast Guard saved the crew but sunk the ship.


Yeah, I don't think subby or Cpt. Greenlight read TFA, either.
2012-08-17 02:21:55 AM
1 votes:
If the US Coast Guard purposely sunk it...then they must know where it was sunk. Mystery solved, hurrah!
2012-08-16 10:28:01 PM
1 votes:
Not so weird if you RTFA

FTFA:The Terra Nova was built in 1884, sailed by Scott to the Antarctic in 1911, and later was used by a Newfoundland seal fishery. In 1942 it was chartered to sail supplies to Greenland, but was damaged by ice the next year; the US Coast Guard saved the crew but sunk the ship.
 
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