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March 04, 2008

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I hope they got permission from Iorek Byrnison ;)

hahahahaha


but what if all the crops fail and theres no people alive !!! what then ???!!!

Svaalbard?

It's gonna be one of those 'now I know I remembered to put them in a Safe Place... but where was that...?' scenarios.

excellent where do the seeds in the facility use the toilet

The only slight snag with this plan, fantastic as it is, is well...what happens if the asteroid hits Svalbard?

The other slight snag is the electric pumps that are constantly pumping out water because the whole damn thing leaks. So what happens when aforementioned asteroid / nuclear war / alien attack or whatever hits and the elctricity goes down.....?

I just hope that "MONSANTO" don't have any stake in it. If they do, we're screwed!

Looks like something out of "The Empire Strikes Back" to me. Maybe those crazy Scandinavians are secretly part of the rebel alliance...

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