have you guy ever looked up Karl shafer on any web site?well i looked hm up on wikipedia and i found there is an austrian guy named karl shafer...more info here...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karl_Sch%C3%A4fer
You know that the Germans actually led an an expedition to Tibet in 1938-39?
Led by "german zoologist and SS officer Ernst Schäfer". Here he is:
And I'm sorry I'm quoting wikipedia: Wikipedia
So to answer your question, yes. I like to find out the facts behind games.
I can belive you found this, and i know games take stuff from real life and twist them (ex: AC2 sais all religon were in power by peace of eaden) but this is pretty sick, i never whould of thought that the expadition was real, but in the game they give it a twist. Nice job!
CANT WAIT FOR THE NEXT UNCHARTED, GO NAUGHTY GOD's
It's another factor that causes you to realize how great Uncharted's storytelling technique is. Not only to they create an intricate, interesting story with exciting progression and likable characters, they construct their stories around certain historical mysteries, such as Marco Polo's lost fleet or the fate of Francis Drake's party. These games are works of art.