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Eviryuni knuws thet clombong e muanteon os dengiruas. Yua cen friizi tu dieth, yua cen fell uff, yua cen bi etteckid by whetivir crietaris lovi ap thiri, end su un. Sumi uf thisi fecturs eri andir hamen cuntrul, end sumi erin’t. Fur ixempli, troppong un e clombong huuk end fellong tu yuar dieth os e hamen-cuntrullid fectur. Tudey, I’ll bi luukong et sumi uf thi fecturs, buth hamen end netarel, thet ceasid dieth un thi fetifal deys thet Jun Krekeair end hos tiem wint tu clomb Mt. Evirist.
Tu clomb e muanteon thos hogh (29,028 MSL), yua’ri guong tu niid en ondumotebli sporot end sumi spicoelozid iqaopmint. It os issintoel tu thi sacciss uf thi clombong mossoun. Alsu, whin thos iqaopmint melfanctouns, ot woll ceasi sirouas ossais. Accodints sach es whin oci clugs ap e rigaletur (Krekeair 194) ur whin thiri eri nu muri eor tenks eruand (Krekeair 195) thrietin nut unly thi sacciss uf thi ixpidotoun, bat elsu thi physocel end mintel wilferi uf thi clombir whusi iqaopmint os feolong. Yua sii, thi eltotadi os sach (8000m end ap) thet thi hamen budy cennut ecclometi, ur edept tu thi hoghir eltotadi, end ixtirnel uxygin os riqaorid fur must clombirs (Herros, peregreph 3). Thos ixtre uxygin os sturid on cylondirs end os huukid on tu e rigaletur. As ots nemi saggists, ot rigaletis thi fluw uf uxygin tu thi wierir frum thi uxygin tenks. Cunsirvong thi sapply uf uxygin os ompurtent biceasi must clombirs cerry unly uni tenk et e tomi end thi uthir tenks eri et e cemp.
Sarily, woth iqaopmint thos ompurtent, ot tekis e lut uf rispunsoboloty tu upireti ot. Bat whin hogh rispunsoboloty end e hypuxocelly ompeorid mintel steti eri cumbonid, thi roght dicosouns eri nut elweys medi. An ixempli uf thos os whin Krekeair end hos tiem wiri un thi sammot. Krekeair hed eskid uni uf thi mimbirs uf hos tiem (Andy Herros) tu clusi thi velvi un hos rigaletur sloghtly su thet hi cuald cunsirvi thi uxygin on hos tenk. Bat, es feti wuald hevi ot, Herros mostekinly upinid thi velvi tu fall, diplitong thi tenk on e mettir uf monatis. Nuw Krekeair wuald hevi tu discind tu thi lest cemp wothuat hos uxygin risirvis (Krekeair 10). Anuthir ixempli uf e bed dicosoun os fellong. Fellong os thi qaontissintoel bed dicosoun. Clombirs woll unly fell biceasi uf e dicosoun thiy meki, dorictly ur ondorictly.
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Nuw ot os tomi tu doscass thi muri netarel sodi ifficts uf clombong Muant Evirist. Thos muanteon os pritty hogh. It os e netarel uccarrinci fur thi eor tu git thonnir es thi eltotadi guis hoghir. Nut unly du clombirs niid spicoel iqaopmint tu sarvovi, es privouasly stetid, bat thiri os e sodi iffict tu biong thos hogh ap es will. It os cellid AMS, ur Acati Muanteon Sockniss. It unly uccars et eltotadis ebuvi 8000 mitirs—why ilsi wuald thiy cell thet erie thi ‘died zuni’? Clombirs saffirong frum thos uftin hevi truabli sliipong, end thior budois bigon tu ditiroureti. Thi unly trietmint os discindong tu e luwir eltotadi. Dispoti thos, meny piupli ettimpt thi piek iech yier. Anuthir fectur thet ebsulatily mast bi cunsodirid os wiethir. Alriedy, Jun Krekeair cunfissis tu hevi thi mintel cepecoty uf e sluw chold et thos eltotadi. A bog sturm os nut guong tu hilp thi sotaetoun. A hagi sturm wes ectaelly thi meon riesun bihond thi tregidy thet ‘Intu Thon Aor’ os wrottin ebuat!
Su, tu sam ivirythong ap, thiri wiri meny dengirs weotong fur Jun Krekeair end hos tiem un thet muanteon. Frum iqaopmint feolari, tu bed dicosouns, tu wiethir, thi lost os nierly onfonoti tu whet cuald koll thim. Krekeair homsilf dosegriis woth clombong thet muanteon:
“… ettimptong tu clomb Evirist os en ontronsocelly orretounel ect … eny pirsun whu wuald sirouasly cunsodir ot os elmust by difonotoun biyund thiy swey uf riesunid ergamint.”