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In the meantime, the Polish Ice Warriors crew is now trekking to K2 to start their try on that mountain. As the one 8000-meter peak that is still to be climbed in winter, K2 marks a significant undertaking and the squad is eager to succeed in Base Camp and begin scouting potential routes. The launched their trek on December 29, and usually it takes a few week of robust mountain climbing to reach the starting point of the climb. Which means they need to be arriving someday in the next few days and hopefully we’ll get regular updates on their progress after that.

For this, I blame Daniel Kalder and his ebook ‘Lost Cosmonaut’ ( reviewed by DT right here ). Having learn it just a few years in the past, lengthy earlier than I had ever set foot in the Former Soviet Union, his description of the Kalymk capital conjured up photos of an absurd wasteland on the unhappy periphery of Europe, trembling below the megalomania of a chess-loving, enemy-assassinating dictator while slowly disintegrating into the mud of the infinite steppe surrounding it. I loved the book and its description of Kalymkia, and was intrigued by idea of a Buddhist enclave inside Europe which was obsessive about chess and had nothing of any consequence to supply the world. Though then an armchair desolationist as yet uninitiated to the joys of travel within the fringes of the Soviet empire, the ebook sparked my imagination and by no means pale from my reminiscence.

Last spring, I spent every week in Southern Russia visiting a colleague. I was staying within the small industrial city of Volzhskiy on the outskirts of Volgograd. It was my first (and so far only) trip to Russia, and a quick glance at the map confirmed that the city of Elista was only a hop, skip and a bounce away across the steppe. I couldn’t conceive of any circumstance the place I’d only be 2cm. from Kalymkia again (though 2cm. on a map of Russia transpires to imply a five hour journey every means), and so naturally I made a decision to go. On a day trip.

One motive this business model doesn’t work is that it’s at odds with the fundamental physics of flying. It requires an incredible quantity of vitality just to get a plane in the air. If the plane lands just a short time later, it is hard to earn the fares necessary to cowl the fee. This means the per-mile price to the airlines of quick-haul service is always going to be much higher than that of long-haul service, no matter how the business is organized. But the value of airline service to the general public and the economy relies on providing connectivity to as many locations as possible. Thus, without some type of cross-subsidization between quick hauls and lengthy hauls, the financial benefits of the community might be compromised. Fewer individuals shall be flying to fewer locations, which by itself hinders economic exercise, while the high fixed cost of the remaining service must be unfold amongst a diminished number of passengers.