We visited B2 for the first time a few weeks ago. No doubt a fascinating place to visit with self contained forests, deserts an ocean and huge greenhouses. The tour itsef was fascinating but what they kept saying was how the folks who spent years enclosed n this thing we "Living off the land" as it were. I can believe that they were producing a lot of their own stuff inside but you learn that they had small apartment style sleeping quarters, an off site water pump system, bathrooms and phones. Not exactly 100% living off the land. If anything I saw this as a fascinating look at science and a promotion for solar powered energy but nothing more than that. Some of the tour actually made me think that as a country we're a little behind the times when it comes to self suffiencey because a ot of the stuff they used in B2 years and years ago we've had more than our share of opportunities to use but have not. If you want to come here and learn more about science, it's ideal but I didn't take it as more than that.
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