Sunday, June 22, 2008
Residence permits for polar cities offered for descendants of year 2500 of global warming
Media alert: For immediate release:
"Residency permits" for future polar cities free online now!
Note: For just US$25, payable in the far distant future and free for now, you can secure for your loved ones -- in the future -- a place in one of the many polar cities planned for the Earth in year 2500
Worried about global warming and the future? Worried about where your descendants might live if worst comes to worst in the far distant future?
Well, worry no more. Climate activist Danny Bloom, developer of the polar cities concept and website, inspired by British scientist James Lovelock, along with images created by Taiwanese artist Deng Cheng-hong, is offering unique residency permits for free online to interested parties.
"These residency permits will allow people to pass on an inheritance to their loved ones," says Bloom, who began working on the polar cities research project in 2007, after being inspired by the work of British chemist and scientist James Lovelock, has has predicted that the future world will consist of "breeding pairs in the Arctic."
"In order to prepare for this future world, we will need polar cities," says Bloom, "and these residency permits for polar cities will serve as a kind of wake up call for what is coming down the road. People who care about the future can purchase a residency permit for their loved ones for the year 2500 and rest assured that everything will be okay for them at that time. There is no cost now, they permits will be mailed free of charge to anyone who requests one, and the full payment of US$25 can be paid by your descendants upon entry into a polar city in the year 2500."
For more information, contact Bloom at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Polar Cities Research Institute is a nonprofit group and all donations received from this free offer will be used for further public information campaigns about global warming and climate change.
Posted by DANIELBLOOM at 2:29 AM