I think that downvoters didn't like the word "resurrection".
If we know that extinction event is inevitable soon, like asteroid impact, I think it will be reasonable to try to create remnants, perhaps on the Moon, that could provide possible aliens with information about humanity or even help to resurrect human beings.
I also have an article about survival on islands and have been thinking about surviving in caves. The topic of survival on ships is a really interesting one and I hope to turn to it some day but now I am working on other problems.
I explored survival in submarines here: Aquatic refuges for surviving a global catastrophe
I did this: The map of global catastrophic risks connected with biological weapons and genetic engineering
I got the following message after pressed Apply: "The form Future Fund: Application for Funding is no longer accepting responses.Try contacting the owner of the form if you think this is a mistake." at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScp_pbbqS2OeecQlo_perE6Vz8mcKBivtRAfBSfKyDicZkEiQ/closedform
Is your program closed or it is an error from my side? I wanted to apply on the topic Infrastructure to recover after catastrophes
Check my site about it: http://digital-immortality-now.com/
Or my paper: Digital Immortality: Theory and Protocol for Indirect Mind Uploading
And there is a group in FB about life-logging as life extension where a few EA participate: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1271481189729828
To collect all that information we need superintelligent AI, and actually we don't need all vibrations, but only the most relevant pieces of data - the data which is capable to predict human behaviour. Such data could be collected from texts, photos, DNA and historical simulations - but it is better to invest in personal life-logging to increase ones chances to be resurrected.
I wrote two articles about resurrection: You Only Live Twice: A Computer Simulation of the Past Could be Used for Technological Resurrection
Classification of Approaches to Technological Resurrection
Sure, it a typo, thanks, will correct.