If a nuclear war were imminent, what would be the silver lining? A company called Vivos Network (terravivos.com) has launched a chain of survival shelters in the US, in which almost everyone is eligible to buy up to 100 square feet of personal space. There would be large common areas as well. Twenty such survival shelters (which can hold up to 200 people each) are proposed to come up near major American cities, each equipped with supplies to enable autonomous living for up to a year. And they aren’t too expensive either: $50,000 for an adult, $25,000 for a child and no charge for a well-behaved cat or dog.
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