You may think it's cold where you are right now, polar vortexes and whatnot, but no matter where you are, you know it's got to be colder somewhere else. Except if you're at the Pole of Cold. The point in Siberia has recorded the coldest temperatures in history, dipping down to -67.7 degrees celsius – that's nearly 90 degrees below on the Fahrenheit scale – in February of 1933, and no walk on the beach the rest of the time, either. That's exactly where this expeditionary team headed i
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