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“The Future of Self-Knowledge” research blog encompasses the techniques and methodologies used in corporate horizon scanning & forecasting, and their counterparts in ancient divination practices and the rise in personal genome services.
This research is used as a platform to develop personalised futures techniques for The FATE Institute (The Futures Association for Therapy & Entertainment), a think tank dedicated to developing personalised foresight services and products.
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Other underground bunkers in UK
We are standing at the entrance to Kelvedon Hatch nuclear bunker, set in a remote part of Essex. Just eight years ago, had we managed to get this far into the compound, we would probably have been shot on grounds of national security. Today, with Mr Parrish as tour guide, it has become one of Britain’s odder tourist attractions.
Welcome to Wiltshire’s Secret Underground City… the 35 acre subterranean Cold War City that lies 100 feet beneath Corsham. Built in the late 50s this massive city complex was designed to safely house up to 4,000 central Government personnel in the event of a nuclear strike.
If Britain comes under attack, this is the secret command centre where the nation’s political and military leaders and their key advisers will live during the crisis. These unique photographs by David Moore reveal the spartan bunker where our survival will be decided