by Timeskipper Team
- 02 September 2021
Cryonic storage facilities are at risk of natural as well as manmade disasters. Backing up makes sense but any location on Earth is vulnerable and the Svalbard experience shows that the best of plans can also fail. Wouldn’t it be better to have an off-site backup?

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