12 April 2010

3 Days to the End of the World: Where Do You Go?

You might want to consider making early reservations to the Doomsday Bunker nearest you. Take a virtual tour through a prototype Doomsday Bunker in the video above. These shelters can supposedly be built to hold up to 4,000 each. A network of dozens of such shelters is said to be planned by California company Vivos.
A doomsday bunker envisioned by California company Vivos can offer you, your family, and 4,000 other people the chance to escape the end of the world in a network of 20 underground shelters. Surely even the skeptics can't resist the allure of scary music played over scenes of comfortable underground habitation, as NPR's All Tech Considered reports.
The company claims to be a privately-funded venture with no religious affiliations, except perhaps to the gods of commerce. It certainly takes an agnostic view by listing all the possible reasons why you might want to pony up and help build those $10 million bunkers, including predictions by Nostradamus, the Mayans, the Hopi, and the Bible.

...Vivos goes all out by promising a survival shelter stocked with power generation, water wells, filtration systems, sewage disposal, a year's supply of food, security devices and medical equipment.
Of course, you'll need all that if you believe disaster may strike at any moment because of a polar shift, super volcano eruptions, solar flares, nuclear war, and "even the return of Planet X (known as Niburu or Nemesis)," Vivos cheerfully states. _Popsci
It's an idea whose time may have come. To be safe, you may want to reserve space in multiple deluxe Vivos bunkers. Depending on the catastrophe, some of your choices may be downright inaccessible. A look at the early stages of Vivos below:

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