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May 28, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:15pm


By CBR Staff Writer

If you fancy yourself as bit of a Dr Who time traveler-type a new web site could set you on your way to traveling tardis style. Environmental pressure group Greenpeace is enabling web surfers to log onto its UK site and head for the year 2050 and the Atlantic Frontier. Browsers, or timelords as could be more appropriate will be faced with the environmental mess created in the current day from the relative comfort of their Survival Capsule, stopping off at the normal troll of tourist sites such as Stonehenge. The object of the site is to highlight the problems resulting from environmental destruction and for time travelers to avert problems occurring today in a bid to save the climate. And, if you’ve ever fancied yourself as a Greenpeace protester you can hop aboard a virtual reality Rainbow Warrior.

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