In the near future, researchers on the island of Tasmania will construct a steel building in which they will store all of the knowledge about how climate change is occurring and how our world is progressively reaching a true tragedy.
This massive edifice will be known as the “Black Box of the Earth.” Hard disks driven by solar panels will be employed in its construction. They will feature scientific data on the status of the climate as well as how plant and animal extinctions will occur.
Experts also intend to provide information about environmental damage so that future generations can learn what happened to the globe.
According to the project’s creators, if action is not taken soon, climate change will be the cause of humanity’s extinction.
The “Black Box of the Earth” will hold all of the essential data to allow future generations to learn everything that occurred on the planet before their birth.
The marketing agency Clemenger BBDO is in charge of the project, as is the Australian creative agency Glue Society.
The structure’s installation is expected for early next year. Today, professionals are busy beta testing hard drives and gathering information for the project’s execution.
According to Jim Curtis, this will assist future generations to understand what mistakes we did and what should not be done in the future so that a disaster that may kill a large number of living things on Earth does not occur again.