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 on: Jan 10 2018, 01:30 
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The idea hinges on turning human feces on Everest into biogas, a fuel produced when organic material decomposes without oxygen. Byproducts of the process include methane, which could be used for cooking, and an effluent that works well as a fertilizer.

Possible Solution for Human Waste on Everest

 on: Jan 7 2018, 00:48 
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I have now added information regarding the British Mount Everest Expeditions from 2017.

The details include all members names, if summit was reached or not, route climbed and more.

2017 Everest Expedition Details

 on: Jan 5 2018, 01:11 
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A former Gurkha Hari Budha Magar, who lost both of his legs in an IED blast in Afghanistan said he is going to fight the decision to ban double-amputees from climbing Mount Everest.

Double Amputee to Fight Everest Ban

 on: Jan 2 2018, 00:11 
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I have added a new poll question for the month of January.

Was the summit of Mount Everest reached in 1924?

Please take your vote at Mount Everest The British Story thank you.

Results from last months question

Do you think one day we will see robots climbing on Mount Everest?

No 48%
Yes 36%
Maybe 16%

 on: Jan 1 2018, 00:44 
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Starting 2018, a mountaineering expedition team will have to pay more for the life insurance cover of its liaison officer to attempt to climb Mount Everest, according to a new mountaineering expedition regulation.

Mount Everest Liaison Officers Insurance Raised

 on: Dec 30 2017, 01:16 
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The government has revised the Mountaineering Expedition Regulation under the Tourism Act barring people with complete blindness and double amputation, as well as those medically unfit for climbing, from attempting to scale Mount Everest and other mountains.

New Rules for Climbing on Mount Everest

 on: Dec 29 2017, 01:16 
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If you are of British nationality and climbing Mount Everest during 2018 then please let me know and I will add your details to our Everest 2018 page which will include a link back to your website/blog/Facebook page etc.

2018 British Mount Everest Expeditions

 on: Dec 28 2017, 00:22 
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Nepal has rejected India's offer to jointly re-measure the height of the world's highest peak Mount Everest and will carry out the exercise on its own, the top official of the Himalayan nation's survey department has said.

Nepal Rejects India's Offer To Jointly Re-Measure Everest

 on: Dec 24 2017, 01:07 
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After failing to reach the top of the world in winter without oxygen last year, Spaniard Alex Txikon has Everest in sights again.

Alex Txikon Everest Winter Climb

 on: Dec 22 2017, 01:32 
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A recent New York Times article sparked a debate on the ethics of publishing images of bodies on Mount Everest.

Debate of publishing photos of bodies on Everest

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