The South Pole, a comparison essay

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October 16, 2013

 

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He believed that luck is a direct result of cautious planning and careful decision making. Scott on the other hand had a more fate oriented outlook on luck. A note was found beside Scott's body that read, "'The causes of the disaster are not due to faulty organization but to misfortune'" (522). Scott believed that several events could take place during a journey that were out of the control of the explorer, who in this case was Scott...
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Scott believed that several events could take place during a journey that were out of the control of the explorer, who in this case was Scott. Several events have occurred in Scott's journey but not in Amundsen's. Some of the misfortunes of Scott's adventure include having several supplies break through thin ice and become lost in the South Pole water...
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