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Mt Everest the most deadly mountain in the world stands 29028 feet tall The conditions on the mountain can change at any moment making it almost impossible for plants or animals to survive Nothing can survive at constant below zero temperatures and 60 mph winds Just the existence of a mountain of this size has made many explorers eager to try their climbing skills The Conquest of Everest and the essays by Sir Edmund Hillary and Tensing Norgay all tell the story of the first successful summit of Mt Everest however the perspective of the three differ considerably It would be nearly impossible to climb the mountain without a support party to help carry equipment and food In the video the assult team travels almost all the way to the summit- However in the essays nothing is mentioned about them This makes it seem as if they suddenly wanted to climb a mountain so they grabbed their coats and off they went Doing this would make it nearly impossible to reach the summit The support teams which the essays didnt mention were part of the planning From that information it is clear that the essays tell of no planning On the other hand the video goes into great detail in showing how teams were chosen how equipment was tested how long they could stand the thin air etc Planning is still the most important part of climbing The stories all give different ideas of what kind of attitudes the climbers had For example in the essay by Hillary he akes it sound like hes better than everyone else and that theyre all clueless about whats going on In Norgays he makes himself sound defensive of others The video is a different story though Everyone seemed to get along well and appreciate each other Who knows which is correct Though the stories perspectives differ there are some similarities To begin with they all had
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