This will be the last post on the doomsday bunker and will be touching one of the key components of a doomsday bunker which is clean air ventilation. The ventilation needs to withstand nuclear, biological and chemical attacks and must be able to filter toxins from the outside, powerful enough to vent the whole bunker and is easy to be operated manually by a child. Image source: Keep Your Tribe Alive
The RMN operates one of the more reliable and known anti-ship missiles, the French made Exocet anti-ship missiles starting off with the MM38 version and now operating the newer MM40 Block 2 and SM39 on their 2 submarines. MM38 has a range of 40 kilometres whilst MM40 Block 2 has a range of 72 kilometres. Image source: Naval Analyses.
One of the more famous doomsday bunkers in the world is the bunker for seeds – Svalbard’s Global Seed Vault that holds more than a million varieties of seeds of food crops and it is protected from natural disasters and the temperature is regulated to ensure long term storage of the seeds. Image source: Wikipedia.
What if Northrop (now Northrop Grumman) brings back their next evolution of F- 5E fighter which is known as the F-20 Tigershark and update it with the latest technology and offer it as the next generation light combat fighter? Image source: Wikipedia.
Military shooter games these days is fast becoming so realistic and tactical, you can no longer simply switch on and shoot blindly. The war scenarios can be as real as an actual war scenario.
In the same manner, Polyphony Digital will soon be launching PlayStation all-time favourite and the next iteration in the Gran Turismo series, the Gran Turismo 7. The realism of the cars in this latest series is a galaxy away from my PlayStation game, Gran Turismo 2. Image source: Gran Tourismo.