I have written many posts on saving humanity but the subject that is most available at the moment is the LIFE HAVEN PROJECT. Below is an opening quote from that post.
“The Life Haven Project is simple enough; it is to create a small community sufficiently distant from a major world war that the people living there would survive. The Life Haven Project is the human survival part of The Earth Ark Project, which is aimed at a more complete restoration of our current ecology. A small community of genetically diverse humans could repopulate the Earth after a total Apocalypse if they were able to sustain themselves for, say, ten years. They would need to have reliable stored food, water and protection from a very hostile environment.
The ship above is in good operating order, but a ship about to be scrapped would be much cheaper, and since it is intended to be taken out of service it wouldn’t compete with the seller’s or the scrapper’s business.
The ship used by the 1970s TV show “Love Boat” sailed its final trip to Turkey, where it was turned into scrap. It would have been an iconic boat to have been set permanently into Adams Island, south of New Zealand.
Adams Island is very remote from any probable conflict, and a ship in this natural harbor would be away from ocean waves, even tsunami waves. Ideally, it would be raised above the ocean level into a dry dock, and the hull totally tarred over to reduce rusting so the ship would last for a very long time. It is so remote from anywhere that only someone really prepared would endure the difficulty of going there.
Here is a list of other potential Life Haven locations.”
Purchasing a modern cruise ship when that post was written in 2014 would have been difficult because the tourist cruise industry was just coming into an expansive period. Now, because of the Covid pandemic, that industry is almost shut down and it will probably be several years before it resumes its former profitability for investors. The fleet of idle cruise ships will become very expensive to maintain until those better times return, and the owners will want to sell them or worse, to scrap them. The owners will have few if any who want to buy these currently useless ships.
Therefore, now is the time to acquire one or more of these floating hotels, capable of sustaining thousands of people short term and hundreds long term and place them in remote places, like Adams Island, New Zealand, as Life Havens for humanity. These are not intended to be used as temporary tourist sites but to have a group of 100 selected families chosen for their genetic diversity and skills to reside there for a year or more on a rotating basis. The first families to live there would be chosen for their abilities to dry dock the ship and make it as permanently survivable as possible.
If we put a cruise ship into a Life Haven site, the Covid pandemic may give humanity a second chance for long-term survival. Now is a rare opportunity to save humanity’s future.