- A steel vault the size of a school bus to be built in Australia
- Giant black box to record climate change patterns
- Mysterious Black Box will record the story of the end of humanity’s fall
A steel vault the size of a school bus in a remote area of Australia will record Earth’s warming weather patterns. This machine will also listen to what we say and do. Its creators say that it will create a collection that can prove to be important in linking together the wrong steps of humanity. It is also being called the ‘black box’ of the earth. This machine will be manufactured on Tasmania, an island in Australia.
It will act like an airplane flight recorder which records the final moments of the plane before it crashes. However, its makers hoped that it would not have to be opened. The 33-feet-long vault, made of three-inch-thick steel, is not expected to be completed before the middle of next year. Its makers say that they have already started gathering information.
Black box will be made of never breaking steel
This black box on Earth will record climate change and other man-made threats. Along with this, the story of the decline of human civilization will also be recorded. This black box with a height of 32 feet will be constructed from never-breakable steel. It will collect data from climate such as temperature, sea level, amount of carbon dioxide in the climate and many more to document how humanity failed to prevent climate disaster.
Box will record the end of human civilization
The construction work of this black box is going to start in the middle of 2022. The project is being developed by marketing company Klemenger with the help of BBDO University of Tasmania. The company says that the purpose is that if human civilization ends in the coming years on Earth, those who survive will be able to know through it what happened.