Bouvet Island

Gavin Brooks
Gavin Brooks

battleship
You might as well worry about an asteroid. Nobody's going to give a shit about the place since it will 50-100 years before it can even start amassing serious weaponry.
survival
It'll be tough but wtf else are people doing with their life right now? playing vidya and jerking off watching youtube vids. In comparison, going on fishing missions, getting drunk at night/and or reading a book is about as good as life gets anyway.

Still though, you'd think there'd be better options than hoth island.

Jason Lopez
Jason Lopez

given preparation, living in 0 deg. C is easy
Essential resources (energy, food, water) are present.

Ok if by "preparation" you mean a few million dollars for digging and building machinery, a small geothermal/wind plant, glasshouses and soil, building materials, ships, fishing and farming equipment, temporary housing whilst the underground fortress that can withstand bunker busters launched from ships is somehow built, and all other tools and supplies needed to set everything up. You can't just live on fish. And I for one will not live somewhere that nothing grows.

Wyatt Sullivan
Wyatt Sullivan

Not to mention the small logistical feat of landing all of that at least 5000km from the nearest port.

Blake Baker
Blake Baker

They'll just row there in a little boat using the power of wishful thinking.

Noah Sanders
Noah Sanders

Whu do you guys always want a remote island to maroon yourselfs on?
Why not hide out in the rainforest or somthing and expand from there?

Benjamin Martin
Benjamin Martin

Instead of picking the most shitty island in existence which is a national nature reserve of Norway and will cause a legit viking uprising to protect it, why not do like the remnants of the south-american Aryan civilization did?

Find a big ass shallow lake. Create tiny artificial island. Expand continiously. Endless watersupply, endless foodsupply, good protection against prying eyes. Solid expansion-possibilities.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenochtitlan
Large parts of Sweden, Norway and Canada are unpopulated, and it's not like the former has any border or government agencies with any capabilities left anyway.

Also, technology for a farm without soil is pretty amazing, so one does not even need to use the "aztec" method of creating farmland from the lakes.
archive.fo/rK7ix
hooktube.com/watch?v=-_tvJtUHnmU

Matthew Hill
Matthew Hill

Check out /namibia/, we are working on a colony in British Columbia. Essentially, loads of towns were abandoned in the 1950s and now sit nearly abandoned. We found a few that are temperate and on the coastline, so they can be supplies by sea but can't be invaded.

Thomas Wright
Thomas Wright

thankyou user
/namibia/ is great

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