• Terrence Aym - Helium
As the top of the world melts and the Arctic Sea becomes ice free, northern countries are scrambling to claim trillions of dollars of oil and rare minerals. Locked under the ice for thousands of years, the icecap is melting quickly, but not as quickly as the nations claiming polar sovereignty and rights to the riches revealed. The great polar oil rush is on and it promises to eclipse many of the most famous rushes of the past. The fabled California rush of 1848 and Klondike gold rush of 1898-99 are dwarfed by the potential fortunes lying under the North Pole.
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