Mount Everest: The World’s Highest Waste Dump

Matthew Silbernagel - Author
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Mar. 3 2015, Updated 6:50 a.m. ET

Mount Everest may now be known as not only the highest mountain peak in the world but also the highest dump in the world. It is an undeniable fact that mankind has always sought to push the limits of its own existence. For as long as humans have recorded their history, there have been accounts of brave individuals leaving the comfort of their homes and setting out on spectacularly dangerous adventures.

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One such adventure that has grown in popularity over the past several decades is the ascension of Mount Everest. Although the exact date of the first successful climb to Everest’s peak has come into question as of late, people have been embarking on the famed climb up Everest’s side since the early part of the 20th century. Since then, scores of adventures have flocked to Nepal in order to try their hand at reaching the top of the world.

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