It contains documents from historical and recent explorers, academic journals, governmental USAP texts, international writings and much more.
Finally, my grandfather has mentioned something about Northern Kentucky Students using this blog as a resource for their assignments, and Marilyn Miller from Trent University has notified me about the distribution of the blog to faculty. I just want to say that if the anyone in the world has any questions or answers, or needs any resources (i.e. specific copies of scholarly articles, references, contacts, future USAP prospect, survial tips, recipes, etc.) let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org I'm here to personally dig my brain into everything that is happening in Antarctica, and with outside support I can further my inquiries and research, which in return will benefit the global scientific and environmental community. Dan Longboat, professor of Indignous Native Studies at Trent, said nearly every class, "Our minds are one." Collective teamwork will better our understanding and acceptance of the unknown.