Imagine, in a sudden accidental loss of bio-diversity we lost almost everything, and in that crisis moment how would we recover everything? Should we need a backup plan? if yes then it needs to be in a safer place with the safest privacy. A researcher named Jekan Thanga from the University of Arizona proposed a fascinating project which will help humanity to preserve much of life on earth. Under global insurance policy using a Lunar Ark, it might be possible and this lunar ark will be solar-powered without any doubt. It will be able to store frozen seed, spore, sperm, and material from millions of species on earth cryogenically.
Thanga and his team also introduced a Global insurance policy a new possibility that may help humanity to recover from the sudden Great disaster. Research says that mother earth has already faced many accidental massacres from the prehistoric ages. Since the climate warms, sea levels might rise to cover many currently dry locations, including a structure in Norway that hoards hundreds of thousands of seed samples which is known as the Svalbard Seedbank. It is itself still at risk though the structure was built to protect humanity from any accidental loss of biodiversity.
Thanga believes that creating a lunar ark will reduce the risk of biodiversity being lost if an event was to cause the total obliteration of Earth as it will store samples on the moon. In 2013 scientists discovered that a network of about two hundred lava tubes exists right beneath the moon’s surface. While the moon’s frigid temperatures make it a tough place for humans to live, it would be a perfect location for storing samples that need to stay very cold and undisturbed.
To make all these successful quantum levitation is required though it is not possible yet, Thanga believes that within 10 to 15 years it will be possible to achieve it and make this project successful.