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Whether you're worried about an impending apocalypse in 2012 or just want to be prepared in case of natural disaster, Vivos has created an option for surviving in style. Or at least as stylish as is possible when you're forced to flee to an underground shelter while you wait for the surface to be habitable again.
Vivos is in the process of constructing 10-20 shelters each airtight, totally self-contained, and designed to hold up to 200 people for 1 year. Accommodations in the design are understandably a little cramped (looks like everybody will be sleeping in bunk beds) but there are some roomier lounge and common areas plus amenities like independently generated electricity, running water, sewage disposal, and 'gourmet' food rations.
Each 20,000 sq ft shelter will cost about $10 million to build and securing yourself a spot in one will mean going through a two step process of first getting approved for membership and then buying an equity interest that I'm sure won't come cheap.