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Earth's Black Box Will Tell The Future What Happened to Us


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At a distant end of the Earth – hidden somewhere on the remote Australian island of Tasmania – a strange structure is about to witness and record the end of the world as we know it.

The project, called Earth's Black Box, is a giant steel installation, soon to be filled with hard drives powered by solar panels, each of them documenting and preserving a stream of real-time scientific updates and analysis on the gloomiest issues the world faces.

Information related to climate change, species extinction, environmental pollution, and impacts on health will all be chronicled in the monolithic structure – so that if some future society might one day discover the archive, they'll be able to piece together what happened to our planet.

https://www.sciencealert.com/this-mysterious-indestructible-black-box-will-tell-the-future-what-happened-to-us

https://www.abc.net.au/news/science/2021-12-06/climate-change-earth-black-box-recorder/100621778

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Fear sells, almost as well as sex does.  We ARE an odd species, for sure.

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The only part that I would consider about this idea is who finds it. When the world kick starts again I seriously doubt Lucy 2.0 is going to figure it out other than using it for an out house.

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