Hauke Trinks' "Life In The Ice"

Hauke Trinks

Is this a book that you can enjoy even if you don’t give a damn about polar bears?

In the year 1999, Hauke Trinks, a German professor of experimental physics, decides to spend a year within the Arctic Circle. He sails to Svalbard (an island in the far north of Norway) and anchors in an isolated bay. Then he hibernates there, carrying out scientific experiments designed to support his theory that all life might have originally evolved in the molecular structures found in ice…