13 comments

  • James M.
    04/02/2020 07:24

    Now if you were to make a vault for spent radioactive fuel rods, then you'd be on to something. Might even be useful.

  • James M.
    04/02/2020 07:21

    Shh. Go ahead and pray to the God of Antlers, morons, for all the good it will do ya. Just leave off when the guests ascend. https://3.bp.blogspot.com/-8f4HDVwRV-k/UxHB5dixPEI/AAAAAAAABIQ/RTrEeLq3Ll0/s1600/Ep-22-praying.jpg

  • Barbara K.
    04/02/2020 02:46

    There's a lot more to this story. Google Seed Savers Exchange with Amy Goldman Fowler (daughter of Lillian Goldman) taking over control of the board so she could place members' heirloom seeds in the vault, The Gates Foundation providing funding (at the time the Gates Foundation owned 500K shares of Monsanto stock), and funding from the Rockefeller Foundation. https://www.globalresearch.ca/doomsday-seed-vault-in-the-arctic-2/23503

  • Patrick Y.
    04/01/2020 15:42

    The reason they deposit the seeds in an already cold Area is to protect them. No refrigeration necessary. They are waiting for an Ice age to happen. From extreme weather or weather modification you get climate change. From heat you will get an early ice age.

  • William P.
    04/01/2020 13:43

    Holy Crap! Don't let trump/thing near it!!

  • Emmy R.
    03/31/2020 20:38

    Saving a lot of natural seeds to control the world's agricultural sector by promoting GMOS to make huge amounts of money.They hate to see crops that reproduce naturally. Have you ever thought of someone controlling the food chain in the world. FFS. Something is very fishy there.

  • Uni M.
    03/31/2020 18:08

    kuch arsa phly ma ny iss k bary ma bataya b tha...

  • Robin V.
    03/31/2020 00:29

    A curious thing to, and maybe the reason why the global seed vault is in Svalbard, is the way that the islands' border policy's work. While owned officially by Norway for administrative reasons, in a way, the islands are 'international' and are one of the only places on earth that has basically no VISA conditions or entry requirements. In theory, as long as you can get there, anyone, from any nation, can access the islands to deposit seeds to the vault, even if they'ed usually be denied entry to Norway itself. A weird quirk of history is the reason behind it, it's the same reason that an entirely Russian-Soviet town is also on the islands (though kind of dead now post the fall of the USSR).

  • Mike C.
    03/30/2020 20:45

    Check out , likewise they are saving a variety of local seeds which were not favoured over mass crops in order to preserve biodiversity.

  • Karilyn R.
    03/30/2020 17:43

    - this is really interesting. Xxxxxxxxx

  • Elizabeth K.
    07/02/2018 00:58

    Glad that there are some people thinking of Humanity.

  • Lara J.
    05/12/2018 15:21

    Hier had ik het over! (zoveel maanden geleden haha)

  • Darlene P.
    05/11/2018 19:17

    I hope none of them are GMO.