Mark Zuckerberg’s Straw Hut Plan for Doomsday

Mark Zuckerberg's straw hut plan

Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has reportedly started building a straw hut on his property in Hawaii, as part of his preparation for a possible doomsday scenario. The billionaire, who owns a 700-acre estate on the island of Kauai, said that he wants to have a simple and sustainable shelter in case of a global catastrophe.

“I believe that the world is facing many challenges, such as climate change, pandemics, wars, and cyberattacks. I want to be ready for anything, and I think that a straw hut is the best option. It is cheap, eco-friendly, and easy to build. It also blends in with the natural environment, so it won’t attract unwanted attention,” Zuckerberg said.

Zuckerberg added that he plans to equip his straw hut with solar panels, a water filter, a satellite phone, and a stash of canned food. He also said that he will invite his family and friends to join him in his hut, if the worst happens.

“I hope that the world will never face a doomsday situation, but I think it is better to be safe than sorry. I also think that living in a straw hut will help me reconnect with nature and myself. I want to experience a simpler and happier life, away from the stress and distractions of the modern world,” Zuckerberg said.