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The North Pole Inner Earth Expedition is the Greatest Expedition in the History of the World. Due to funding delays, the Expedition is now scheduled for the summer of 2014. After 6 yhears, we finally have the Team and the Plan that will allow this voyage to happen.

The Russian nuclear powered icebreaker "50 Years of Victory," was launched in 2007. It is th newest and largest icrebreaker in teh world and the only ship to able to make the trip to the Arctic region. It comfortablely will accommodate 128 guests.

  • 74,000 hp generated by 2 nuclear reactors
  • Helicopter for aerial-sightseeing
  • 4 fully enclosed lifeboats ensure your safety in all conditions
  • Fleet of Zodiacs bring you up-close and personal with Arctic wildlife, icebergs and more
  • Every cabin has exterior views and private facilities, for your comfort and enjoyment
  • Onboard gym, two saunas, small swimming pool, and library allow you to mainbtain your health during the endless sunshine
  • Carrying the highest ice class rating possible, Victory can crush ice up to 3 meters (10 feet) thick, and is the world's largest and most sophisticated nuclear-powered icebreaker.
  • Onboard you hardly feel a thing. Absolutely unforgettable is the sound of mammoth slabs of ice colliding with the hull!
  • As a scientific expedition, we will spend our time sampling and testing the organic, biological elements on and under the ice. Items that we will examine include:


    Sea Water Analysis

    • pH – using a precision pH Meter
    • Density
    • Boiling and freezing temperatures
    • Metal Content through Gas Chromatography
    • Salinity using a precision Salinity Meter
    • Crystal formation – Using a Cold Room Microscope Lab

    Ice Analysis

    • Core examination for sediments and pollen
    • Density
    • Freezing Temperature – Using a Precision Meltemp
    • Iridium
    • Salts and microorganisms

    Marine Life

    • Plankton
    • Fish
    • Sea Birds
    • Whales
    • Dolphins
    • Polar Bears
    • Sea Lions and seals
    • Undersea photography
    • Under-ice photography

    Aurora Borealis Examination

    • Spectrographic analysis
    • Origin
    • Pattern analysis
    • Duration and flow
    • Magnetism

    Earth Magnetism

    • Magnetometer readings to locate magnetic anomalies
    • Magnetic eddies and disturbances

    Infrared Photography

    • Heat sources under the sea
    • Heat sources under the ice
    • Heat sources in the sky
    • Flying or sub-surface craft that may be not visible to the naked eye

    Sea Floor Geology

    • Core sample on the ocean floor
    • Depth and morphology mapping
    • Sonar mapping using single and dual source sonar

    Oceanic Depression Measurement

    • Using a precision gyroscope, the curvature of the Earth will be mapped
    • Sea depression halo will be located
    • Arc of the depression will be mapped by sea
    • Using the arc, the circumference will be calculated
    • Using the circumference, the diameter will be calculated
    • Using the diameter, the center will be calculated
    • At the center of the depression, the search for a crustal opening will begin


    Itinerary

    The following is the 15-day plan for activities and opportunities for filming during the Expedition. It is subject to change and may be updated often in the funding, partnering and pre-production stages.


    Day One

    • Transfer of people and equipment from New York and London to Moscow.

    Day Two

    • Tour Moscow.
    • Fly to Murmansk, Russia.
    • Assign rooms
    • Hand out final class and laboratory schedules

    Day Three

    • Board the Yamal
    • Depart for Finland
    • Main meeting hall orientation
    • Rules and guidelines
    • Set up network and satellite uplinks
    • Begin live streamlink
    • Begin “Heart Math” training

    Day Four

    • Arrive in Finland
    • Tour Finland
    • Public Meeting and Conference
    • Return to the Yamal

    Day Five

    • Travel to Ellismere Island
    • Begin classes in Marine biology
    • Begin classes in polar astronomy
    • Begin classes in Hollow Earth History
    • Begin Aurora Watch
    • Continue “Heart Math” Training
    • Begin nightly concerts with Expedition composer
    • Issue Parkas and sponsored supplies

    Day Six

    • Begin breaking ice
    • Begin classes in Marine biology
    • Begin Polar marine life sampling
    • Begin Sea Water sampling
    • Begin baseline magnetic measurements
    • Calibrate the gyroscope for Earth curvature measurement
    • Continue Aurora Borealis project
    • Begin human consciousness classes and measurements

    Day Seven

    • Continue breaking ice
    • Continue daily helicopter excursions to find the best path forward
    • Continue Polar marine life sampling
    • Continue Sea Water sampling
    • Begin searching for oceanic depression using magnetic measurements
    • Begin gyroscope for Earth curvature measurement
    • Continue Aurora Borealis project
    • Continue human consciousness classes and measurements

    Day Eight

    • Arrive Magnetic North Pole
    • Continue search pattern for oceanic depression
    • Continue breaking ice
    • Continue daily helicopter excursions to find the best path forward
    • Continue Polar marine life sampling
    • Continue Sea Water sampling
    • Continue Aurora Borealis project
    • Continue human consciousness classes and measurements

    Day Nine

    • Magnetic North Pole mapping for possible planetary opening
    • Continue search pattern for oceanic depression
    • Continue breaking ice
    • Continue daily helicopter excursions to find the best path forward
    • Continue Polar marine life sampling
    • Continue Sea Water sampling
    • Continue Aurora Borealis project
    • Continue human consciousness classes and measurements

    Day Ten

    • Use completed human consciousness training to attract inner Earth presence
    • 24-hour day of observation for Inner Earth contact
    • Obtain sea floor core samples
    • Complete mapping of oceanic depression
    • Begin return trip to Murmansk

    Day Eleven

    • Continue return trip to Murmansk
    • Continue oceanic depression mapping to verify circular shape
    • Continue interviews for human consciousness study

    Day Twelve

    • Arrive open water and stop breaking ice
    • Continue return trip to Murmansk
    • Continue interviews for human consciousness study

    Day Thirteen

    • Arrive at Murmansk
    • Debriefing and file closing
    • Prepare for departure

    Day Fourteen

    • Return to Moscow
    • Farewell dinner in Moscow

    Day Fifteen

    • Arrive at domestic destinations
    • Voyage is complete
    • Work will begin on file transfers and post production for the documentaries


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