5000+1 Bunkers for Moscow
Russia has some mega-bunkers where presumably indispensable folk can be kept safe, but what about the common people in Moscow? Looks like they will be safe from the [insert SHTF scenario here, but they want us to think nuclear war] as well. Announced a few weeks back on Russia Today are plans to build 5000 “bomb shelters” in Moscow with a time frame of 2 years – which of course equals Dec 2012. One website estimates that, if these bunkers were aiming to protect half of Moscow (the other half can use underground train stations), the cost could be as much as $1 billion. Here’s the news item on RT:
Also in Russia, near Moscow, a military engineer named Evgeny Ubiyko has built a doomsday capsule to survive 2012:
“The capsule is hermetic, it’s got four layers of insulation. It can float, roll down hills, and land upside down – without being damaged,” Evgeny explains.
“It cannot be destroyed by tremors, or lava, or magnetic storms. This is where the shower will be, and the air purification systems. It can house up to four people for 40 days and costs $80,000.”
If 2012 fails to bring a cataclysm, Ubiyko plans to use his capsule as a sauna.