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Sunday, September 25, 2022

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Inside the Kansas survival shelter that will save humanity from a devastating meteorite or a nuclear holocaust Caves will be 'the world's largest private underground survivor shelter. Kansas caverns are 100-ft to 150-ft below the surface supported by thick limestone pillars six times stronger than concrete with have blast doors built to withstand a one-megaton nuclear explosion. This article takes a look at two complexes in Kansas; Vivos and Atlas Missile Silos, both with the same goals and objectives  of surviving a massive crisis.

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When Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman directed authorities to develop land in the kingdom’s arid northwest, he demanded something as ambitious as Egypt’s pyramids.  What urban planners came up with in response are plans for the world’s largest structure: two buildings up to 1,600 feet tall, running parallel for 75 miles in a line across coastal, mountain and desert terrain, connected via walkways, according to hundreds of pages of confidential planning documents that lay out the idea for the first time in detail.    The project—dubbed the Mirror Line—builds on a previous announcement by Prince Mohammed of plans to create a linear community and is expected to cost up to a trillion dollars and house about five million people when fully completed, according to people aware of the project.

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The world is advancing at unprecedented rates and by 2050, we can expect to see life on earth change drastically. If this is true, then what can we expect from the future? Lets time travel into world in 2050. Nanotechnology Scientists have already made great leaps in the world of nanotechnology and they remain unrelenting in making more of such progress.  What will the future of work be like by 2050? A flexible workforce? Therapy delivered by AI? Experts predict what the future of work will be like by 2050.

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 I Trust Facts

Is there a cure for disinformation, propaganda, and other offenses against the truth?   Twitter’s answer has been to add fact-checks to misleading statements, a move that has led to a showdown with Donald Trump. While this fight has been framed as an issue of free speech, ancient Greek philosophers, who worried deeply about what “fake news” meant for their own societies, would say it’s much more profound and more urgent than that. As technologically advanced as the fight between Twitter and Trump now seems, this dilemma is not new at all.

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Development of Hypersonic Flights

The latest global arms race has gone hypersonic. Capable of flying faster than 5000km/h without losing manoeuvrability and lower in the atmosphere than traditional ballistic missiles, hypersonic weapons will offer clear advantages in penetrating missile defences — once they’ve actually been perfected. Though still in development by nations around the world, once fully operational, the missiles are expected to be capable of destroying targets anywhere on the planet within an hour of getting data and permission to launch. The weapons will also lessen the timelines for a response by a nation under attack.