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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

I Shouldn't Be Alive

I was watching "I Shouldn't Be Alive", a TV show from Animal Planet Channel which is based from a real life story of people who encountered near death experiences. Usually, it happened on a mountain climbing, rock climbing, and other outdoor activities. Mountaineers attempt to climb the highest peak of the mountain is a rewarding achievement. But, the danger in this type of activity is many. The weather condition play vital in the success of each climb. Imagine a rockfall and avalanches? That was what happened to two friends who went rock climbing. It was heartbreaking to know that they spent 10 days freezing to death. They suffered hypothermia and fatigue.

Honestly, I am not into adrenalin rush and I will never put myself in a situation where I will indanger myself with the following hazards: falling rocks, falling ice, snow-avalanches, falling from the cliff, falls from ice slopes and falls down snow slopes. If I am drag into this situation, it's not according to my own free-will!

Anyway, I just admire the survival technique of the survivors. They are strong-willed and very determined to stay focus and to stay alive. What an awesome show!

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