Is Spacecollective actually [what it claims to be (it's not clear what I mean here (probably time-capsule))] : is the string "immortal since " anything more than a nod to the site theme of futurism? Since spacecollective is free, I assume it can't afford multiple redundant backups, or guarantee continued hosting past the end of civilization. I do not have any grasp of how stable "the Internet" is. I assume people keep mirrors of Wikipedia and other major data sites, and Google has cached copies of (some) websites. I assume most of the original media hosted here is mirrored on personal websites. I do not imagine that the images or text in most of these accounts (especially this one) are of species-level significance. This relates to the question 'If we can achieve digital sentience and immortality by uploading, why should future generations spare the Joules to keep our personalities running'. I'm sure there is more to be said on this topic (actually, several science fiction works have treated the subject ), but I'm feeling particularly lazy today.