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Atlantic Ocean 2 / 13%
Antarctic Ocean 13 / 87%
Indian Ocean 0 / 0%
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the_peak_bagger


Aug 6, 2007, 2:38 PM
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Red Chiliís Co-founder Stefan Glowacz loves adventure. He sailed across which ocean to reach and climb a 900 meter route on the Renard Tower?


rocknice2


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Gmburns2000


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rocknice2 wrote:
[image]http://z.about.com/d/geography/1/0/6/8/oo-map.jpg[/image]

That is so weird because the Antarctic Ocean doesn't actually exist, unless you're from Australia and then there is this body of water in between the Pacific, Indian and Antarctica that is called the Southern Ocean. All my life I was brought up to believe there were four oceans: Arctic, Pacific, Atlantic and Indian. Even National Geographic doesn't recognize the Southern Ocean, but tell an Aussie that and they get wombatish when you get too close to the young.


truello


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You're trying to use us to win a contest at Urban Climber, aren't you?

http://www.urbanclimbermag.com/Competition.aspx


basilisk


Aug 28, 2007, 1:57 PM
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the Southern Ocean is "new", but it does in fact exist and is recognized as a separate ocean as of 2000


dingus


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What makes it seperate? I'm curious, a self-contained circulation system (my guess)? Is this Southern Ocean less salty as well?

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basilisk


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_ocean

The Antarctic Circumpolar Current


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