Once again there is the danger that a world war will be unleashed, and we are also more exposed than before to a natural disaster, thanks to climate change, so we have to make forecasts, should there be any survivors left.
In Svalbard, an archipelago in Norway, which is known as “the end of the world”, a vault has been built that will shelter all the knowledge that the human race has been acquiring through time, as well as seeds of all cultivation the world.
This place is known as Svalbard Global Seed Vault, something like “the world’s seed vault”. Its objective is to preserve the biodiversity of the food we know, in case of a cataclysm of epic proportions.
Now, in addition to the seeds, this remote place surrounded by snow, will also keep the Arctic Archive World, with millions of data in digital format that countries will be sending to be sheltered.
The Piql company is the one who drives these initiatives, and so, once the nuclear effect, the zombie war or the domination of machines or apes, survivors can access this temple of wisdom and food.
This offer has been sent to governments; Scientific institutions; Researchers; Entrepreneurs and individuals, to create a giant library on all areas of knowledge, and ensure, can be preserved in this site for a thousand years.
Rune Bjerkestrand, founder of Piql, said that the care of files is made through “photosensitive films”, an analog medium, as these rolls, he said, are safer than any digital media. In doing so in the analogous way “it is as if they were engraved in stone,” he said.
The files will include mathematical formulas; Great works of literature; Meteorological observations; music; Images and documents, with all the history of each of the countries, as well as their discoveries, art, culture, in short, all the way traveled by humanity.
sources: noticias de cuba