What do you know about food security? Same here. Located in the permafrost of a remote Norwegian island, the Svalbard Global Seed Vault provides secure storage for a quarter billion seeds (source: Croptrust.org) from all over the world.
The awesome reality is that these grains of life could one day serve to revitalize plant life on Earth or kickstart it on a habitable celestial body. While the prospect of terraforming natural satellites like Europa and Enceladus is alluring, astrobiology isn't nearly as immediately heart-warming as the fact that this Arctic freezer is bringing together diverse crops from over 100 countries, many of which wouldn't otherwise see eye to eye on anything.