Currency of the Apocalypse
In a dazzling demonstration by a company whose priorities are sorted, Oreo says it has built a specific vault in Norway to protect its cookies from the apocalypse.
In particular, CNET reports that the cascade is a response to the “election day asteroid” that is due to pass close to Earth on November 2. Remember that the asteroid poses absolutely no danger to anyone on Earth – there are cookies you need to save! And, well, a marketing opportunity to use.
In a promotional video filled with dramatic performances that can be expected from a crash movie, Oreo explains that the idea came from someone who wrote on the brand̵
Now, according to the video, the small concrete bunker – inspired by other destinations in the area, including Seed Vault – stores stocks of the iconic biscuits filled with cream and a copy of the recipe.
“As an added precaution, Oreo packaging is packaged in Mylar, which can withstand temperatures from -80 degrees to 300 degrees Fahrenheit and is impervious to chemical reactions, moisture and air, keeping cookies fresh and protected for years to come,” Oreo declared, per CNET.
Needless to say, Oreos will be fine in the shelter. The rest of us will probably be fine too.
Like CNET reports that Election Day asteroid has a 0.41 percent chance – one in 244 – of even grazing Earth’s atmosphere. And even if it does, it will quickly and safely disintegrate before it even comes close to injuring someone.
READ MORE: Oreo put his cookies away in an asteroid-protected doomsday alarm[[[[CNET]
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