Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Living Pods for Polar City in Alaska Go On Sale for US$50K Each

Living Pods
for ''Polar City''
in Alaska
Go On Sale
for US$50K Each

Fairbanks, Alaska -- An enterprising climate activist who hopes to raise public
awareness about the risks of climate change and global warming is offering the first 100 Living Pods for a POLAR CITY to be sited in Chena Hot Springs, Alaska, not from from Fairbanks and the University
of Alaska - Fairbanks campus.

Pods will be sold for US$50,000 each and there is no money down required, according to the firm setting up the sales. For the time being, all one needs to do is make a reservation in one's own name, and when the time comes for actually moving into the CHENA HOT SPRINGS POLAR CITY, fees can be paid then.

"Ten pods will be reserved for science fiction writers and their descendants, including Bruce Sterling, Hamish MacDonald, Gareth Renowden, Cory Doctorow, Margaret Atwood, Stephan Malone and Jim Laughter," according to former Alaskan newspaper editor Dan Bloom who has set the sales project up after planning it since 2006. "Once the time comes to move into the polar city, the first 100 units will be sold and will be ready to move in to. But there is still time, and we are in no hurry, although reservations are free and on a first come first serve basis, so hurry if you want to get a place for your descendants to live in the world's first POLAR CITY when the time comes."

To make a reservation, and no money down, please contact Dan Bloom at bikolang AT gmail DOT con
in Chena Hot Springs, where you will be forwarded all the information you need for future residence.

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