Over the past couple years, quite a few things around the planet have grown worse. I mentioned back then about CO2/methane plumes growing in the Arctic. Now they are in the Antarctic and a hot spot is there now, while the volcanic regions in Alaska and Iceland have warmed further, thus the Arctic. The plumes are showing up in the Antarctic Circle as well. I believe we need to change our architectural trends to accommodate changes. I finally did learn a new software to create conceptual renderings. This is the idea of a vessel that resists capsizing, but can be semi-scuttled to hunker down in a hurricane or maybe worse. Like a lot of US cities "the new" tornado alley, we're getting hit with twisters more than ever. This concept in fail-safe architecture, might keep some people alive when SHTF.