Good morning, good afternoon or good whatever time it is for you. Here we are at another Tuesday.
Today's post will be my last indestructible stuff post as it is the last thing in the book I am using.
Anyway this a post about something called a Svalbard Seed Vault.
Behind a steel door down a tunnel 100 metres or 330 feet long hollowed out inside the solid rock of a mountain in the frozen far north of Norway lies some seeds.
The Svalbard vault looks like a supervillians hideout is where they store seeds for the world's crops to make sure that whatever happens the human race will be able to grow food.
Inside the mountain the seeds are safe from explosions, pollution and extreme weather. The vault is high above sea level, so it won't get flooded if the ice caps melts and the sea level raises.
The idea is that even if the planet faces a dangerous crisis such as a asteroid strike or a terrible world war. The seeds will be there to replant.
For extra protection each type of seed is stored inside a sealed bag for layers thick and the bags are stored inside sealed crates.