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Why is climbing a greasy pole so difficult?
Although the summit of Everest is at a higher altitude, K2 is a much more difficult and dangerous climb, due in part to its more inclement weather and comparatively greate…r height from base to peak.
Yes... If you climb a street pole the consiquences are :- Death by head in a microwave or a long talk that will make you suicidal and you will tie a wire around your head and …you will glue your hands to your head and jump so the cops think you ripped off your own head. The worst consiquence will be you getting Rick Roll'd for 1 week straight.
Yes they can climb metal poles
The 10 most difficult mountains to climb is pretty subjective based on what you are defining as "difficult". Technical climbing skills required? Most likely to get you killed …by an avalanche? Most likely to get you killed by altitude? Requires the most planning and expedition resources? Subject to the most in-climate weather? Also techniques come into play, is oxygen allowed? Pneumatic drills? Let's go purest and assume no for both. Based on trying to mix it up a little and look for difficulty that encompasses as many of these factors as possible, I would venture my top 10 as: 1. K2 - immensely challenging in every way. High, savage weather, technical, remote. A beast. 2. Gasherbrum IV - Very similar to K2. Slightly lower, but slightly steeper. 3. Nanga Parbat - North face has the highest relief of any face on earth. Treacherous avalanches have earned it the name "Killer Mountain" 4. Great Trango Tower - Tallest near vertical wall on earth...and it's at 20,000 feet with little or no snow to melt for the tremendous water required at that altitude. All the difficulties of the Patagonian towers at high altitude. 5. Baintha Brakk - "The Ogre" Extremely steep, technical mountain in the Karakorum. The best mountaineers in the world consistently mention it as one of the worlds hardest, that's enough for me. To make it worse, apparently it's covered in hungry bears that cause all kinds of trouble at camp. No, that's not a joke. 6. Latok I - The "Ogre's Brother". Close in proximity and difficulty to Baintha Brakk. It's North Ridge is a notorious unclimbed route. Many of the best have tried, all have failed. The closest was still nearly an El Capitan and a half from the summit. 7. Makalu - Considered one of the hardest and most dangerous of the 8000m giants. 8. Everest - Enough with obscurity, being the worlds tallest has to mean something...It means that especially without oxygen, altitude is a tremendous challenge and Everest has more of it than anywhere else. 9. Annapurna - When you kill fully 40% of the summit attempters I guess you have to make the list. Far from the most technical, but it still has the highest mortality rate among 8000m peaks. Maybe it's the extreme avalanche danger, maybe it's just cursed. 10. Cerro Torre - Had to have 1 mountain not in Asia. Immense, remote, awe-inspiring granite spire in Patagonia. Once considered by some mountaineers the hardest mountain in the world. Low altitude, but extremely technical and subject to horrific weather. Worth honorable mention: Mt. McKinnley (Denali) - Probably most dangerous and challenging mountain in North America. In sheer size, one of the largest mountains in the world. Its extreme latitude makes air thinner than altitude would suggest, and subject to terrible weather all year. Chacraraju - The most difficult peak in Andes. Monte Fitzroy - Near Cerro Torre. Extremely technical and remote. One of the most breathtaking mountains to look at in the world. Is found near El Chaltén in the Argentinian Patagonia. Matterhorn - The mountain that really started it all. Still a spectacular peak to behold and one of Europe's greatest climbs.
Greasy food is food that is cooked in an oil or butter. Oil and water do not mix, therefore saponification process is necessary that will separate the oil from the fabric,… this is accomplished with soap.
Because they're fried in oil. Potato chips are greasy because companies use oil on the potato slices to help make them crispy when they are fried or baked. It also adds deli…cious flavor!
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rub your hands* together and tightly grip the pole/rope. Grab the rope tightly and bring one hand up while grasping the other one where it is. When you raise your hand t climb… put your feet so that the middle of the bottom of your foot is touching the pole/rope. Keep on doing this process until you climb the top. *It is important to rub your hands FIRST if you are a beginner. You don't need to if you are advanced.
Nanga ParbatAnnapurnaK2Gasherbrum IVKanchenjungaDiran Peak (very few people know about it)DenaliMakaluMount KeaLhotse I wouldn't consider Mt. Everest to be a part of this list…. It may be the highest but is not difficult.
they have strong mussels and are really light. they are also very agile.
Oil is hydrophobic or 'water-hating'. It doesn't mix with water so when the water goes away, the oil doesn't follow. Soap, on the other hand, mixes with the oil so when it goe…s away so does the oil.
the salt or flavoring that makers out on it makes it greasy and oils make it greasy just like fast food and french fries
It is difficult because there are many avalanches there, it is high and someone can fall very easily and injure them self cause the ice snow
because our hair has a lack of moisture (oil) so we put grease or oil in our haiR. For you guys oily hair is bad but for us it is a sign of healthy hair. But not all African A…mericans hair is greasy!
Gravity is always pulling objects down so when you climb upward gravity weighs you down, you have to use effort to move yourself in the oposite direction that gravity is pulli…ng you that is why it is harder to climb up a slope. When you climb a gentle slope you still are using energy but it takes longer to reach the same height on a gentle slope versus a verticle slope. On a verticle slope you are climbing higher instead of farther so on each step gravity weighs you down much more than on a gentle slope. When climbing a gentle slope you don't rise as rapidly so gravity doesn't take as much of a toll on you and you have a chamce to recover.
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The food is fried and may not have been drained well.