Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.
 Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

Until very recently, the coastline of Antarctica has - in a number of ways - marked the edge of the human experience: an enormous, white blind spot in both our knowledge and imagination. As a continent that has never experienced an indigenous human population, Antarctica truly represents the final ecological and economic frontier. On top of this, a lack of any endemic human culture combined with the fractured geopolitics of the Antarctic has meant a suite of national, personal and religious identity are over-emphasised. The common denominator among them: karaoke.

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