[Epoch Times October 28, 2020](Epoch Times reporter Zhang Yufei compiled a report) Recently, there is news that an asteroid will “pass by” the earth on the day before the election in the United States, although it will not cause any harm. But Oreo did not want to take any risks, so it built a concrete doomsday vault in Norway to store biscuits. No matter what happens in the future, Oreo’s delicacy can be passed on forever.
According to comprehensive media reports, the design of this doomsday vault is inspired by the famous “Global Seed Bank” in the Arctic, which aims to protect the world’s plant heritage from natural or man-made disasters. Of course, Oreo’s version is much smaller, but it shows an epic PR stunt for this cookie company.
Oreo in a servingstatementZhong said that this vault named “Global Oreo Vault” was built for the 2018 VP1 asteroid, and this alien object may hit the earth on November 2.
The statement also stated that as an additional precaution, every cookie in this doomsday vault is usedPolyester filmWhen packaged, it can withstand low temperatures of minus 80 degrees to 300 degrees Fahrenheit, and can also prevent air, humidity and chemical reactions, so that the biscuits will remain fresh for the next few years.
Of course, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has emphasized that the probability of 2018 VP1 entering the earth’s atmosphere is only 0.41%, and its diameter is only about 2 meters. Even if it hits the earth, it will disintegrate in the atmosphere without causing any damage. . But Oreo decided to take the opportunity to complete the construction of the Doomsday Cookie Store.
Asteroid 2018VP1 is very small, approx. 6.5 feet, and poses no threat to Earth! It currently has a 0.41% chance of entering our planet’s atmosphere, but if it did, it would disintegrate due to its extremely small size.
– NASA Asteroid Watch (@AsteroidWatch) August 23, 2020
In addition, Oreo has not forgotten the most important partner of biscuits ─ ─ milk. In the vault, milk powder preserved in test tubes is stored, and it also contains a biscuit formula, so that future survivors can enjoy the “turn around.” , Lick, soak” the delicacy.
Oreo showed this vault through a video. It is located on the permafrost at the coordinates 78°08’58.1″N, 16°01’59.7″E, which is not far from the “Global Seed Vault” on Svalbard. far. However, the safe entrance is equipped with a code lock to prevent anyone from breaking in and eating up before the end of the world. #
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