Hey all, This is my first post and I'm new to this site... I've been interested in Survival for a while and also am into Libertarian politics like some of you may be... Anyways, my friend just sent me some info about a property he has and I'm interested in purchasing it... I wanted to get a quasi-professional opinion on the integrity of this thing... here's the info I was sent, your thoughts on how well an Atlas-F underground home will stand up to an actual emergency? Thanks, MAN "We’ve all heard the hype about the end of the world, terrorism, riots, 2012 and our failing world economies. There hasn’t been much of a remedy for surviving all of these tremendous threats to our families and ourselves. There hasn’t been much of a remedy until now… What appears to be a 2,000 square foot home nestled somewhere in the Adirondack Mountains is actually the surface entrance to 125 foot stairwell that leads to a 2,300 square foot Launch Control Center (LCC) that has been converted into an ultimate underground survival home. The LCC has a 40 foot diameter with 3 foot thick epoxy resin formulated resin concrete reinforced with stainless steel mesh (enough strength to withstand a nuclear blast). Although survival is nothing to be taken lightly, it can be done in style. This new-age fallout shelter includes a full kitchen, dining area, entertainment center with satellite television access, two private suites, and exquisite marble baths with a Jacuzzi. The above ground section of the silo home has a 28 window open floor plan home with a kitchen, island fireplace and a wrap around covered porch. If for some reason you needed to make a quick escape from your survival shelter you can always head up the secret escape hatch that leads to the hangar/garage and make a speedy aerial escape from your FAA and DOT approved private paved runway. For more information please find us on face book at (URL HERE). The Silohome alone is on sale for $1.2 million, there are also other lots available nearby for those who are interested."