Pic: The Filthy Rich: The Luxury Nuclear Missile Silo Where Rich People Ride Out the Apocalypse

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Enjoy your lengthy stay in this underground survival condo.

A developer in Kansas has turned a nuclear missile silo into a luxury survival condo.
The underground complex stretches 185 feet underground and is built to house more than six dozen people.
Luxury touches, including in-suite jacuzzis, a gymnasium, shooting range, and pool will help you forget about the apocalyptic conditions above.

A deactivated Atlas missile silo has been reimagined as a high-end condominium complex, designed to support a luxurious lifestyle in the wake of the End Times. The Survival Condo can house 75 people for up to five years, sheltering them from the nuclear, chemical, and biological threats while pampering them with luxuries that include a custom bar, library, and swimming pool.

The Atlas missile was the first real intercontinental ballistic missile fielded by the United States. The Atlas F, armed with a thermonuclear warhead, was also the first missile fielded in underground, vertical launch missile silos. The missiles were decommissioned in the 1960s, replaced with the far deadlier Titan I and Titan II missiles.

Atlas F silos were 200 feet deep, made of reinforced concrete and steel. The silos were designed to shrug off a 10-kiloton nuclear explosion up to half a mile away while keeping their nuclear-tipped missiles snug and happy.

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE.
Nuclear warheads eventually became exponentially more powerful. The Atlas F’s 3.75-megaton warhead translates to 3,750 kilotons, and the Soviet Union’s bombs also became correspondingly more powerful. That’s why the Air Force ultimately discarded Atlas silos, which were no longer capable of protecting their missiles.

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Here’s a video of a propellant launch exercise involving an Atlas F missile. Since the Atlas was a liquid-fueled missile, the Air Force had to fuel it up before it launched. This added minutes and sometimes even hours to the launch procedure, complicating the process. The Air Force could launch the solid fuel missiles that replaced the Atlas F, however, immediately.

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Now, one developer has taken an Atlas silo in Kansas and repurposed it into a fallout-style shelter. The 15-story complex has accommodations for 75 people, divided into three types of condos. The “penthouse” suite is 3,600 square feet and costs $4.5 million, while the full floor suite is 1,800 square feet and costs $3 million. A half-floor condo of 900 square feet, meanwhile, costs $1.5 million. Each comes standard with “high end stainless steel appliances,” Kohler bathroom fixtures, and Jacuzzi tubs.

The shared amenities are where the condos really shine. There’s a general store with sundries, a rock climbing wall, an arcade complete with a Pac-Man console, a gymnasium, an indoor shooting range, a dog park (with a wall-to-ceiling photo of the outdoors, so Fido doesn’t miss the blue sky), a classroom, a library, a custom bar, and a movie theater.

The complex also features a 5-year food supply for each person, hydroponics and aquaculture sections for food growing, and 75,000-gallon water reserve with redundant plumbing.

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What sort of apocalypse could you ride out down here? Well, the silo isn’t rated to withstand a direct hit from a modern nuclear weapon, but then again, the builders don’t claim it is. They do say, however, that their air filtration system can protect against nuclear, chemical, and biological contamination.

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The filters will also prevent COVID-19 from entering the complex, though nothing will stop a fellow condo owner from bringing the virus with them. The dome cap can withstand winds of up to 500 miles per hour, providing shelter from even the strongest tornadoes.

As long as the inhabitants stay low-key, the complex should be able to shield against a civil war, domestic unrest, and even a zombie apocalypse. Just remember: the food supply is limited to five years, and the pool may not last that whole time.

The Survival Condo’s exact location is kept a secret for security purposes, though if someone really wanted to find out, there’s a list of the 21 Atlas F silos located in Kansas, along with GPS coordinates for each. But once it’s yours, you can stay whenever you like—it’s your property, after all. Just know that banks aren’t exactly cutting loans for survival shelters, making “liquid funds” essential going forward.

Source: https://www.popularmechanics.com/military/weapons/a34522641/underground-atlas-missile-silo-survival-condo/?source=nl&utm_source=nl_pop&utm_medium=email&date=103120&utm_campaign=nl21928194&src=nl

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