To replicate civilization if it falls by supplying a boat, spaceship or land-based stronghold with the accumulated artifacts of civilization.
physics, astronomy, chemistry, biology, mathematics, geology
metals, ceramics, plastics, silicon, woods, paper, cloth, glass, communication, computers, biotechniques, aerospace, crafts, foods, husbandry, farming, engineering, electricity, nuclear, ceramics, electronics
literature, video, graphics, paints, audio, sculpture, dance, music
education, psychology, sociology, religion, geography, anthropology, history, sports, languages, philosophy
All elements, reproductive materials, oils, dyes, coals—other complex compounds,
Lathes, smelters, extruders, ovens, welders, molds, vats, looms, tools, chip makers, incubators, freezers, pens, storage and control media, saws, drills
A container with large storage areas, power generation—hydrogen, solar, wind, etc., information storage and access media, satellite access for weather, navigation, and cartography. Freezers, pens, growing areas, navigation and communication equipment, living areas for 8-10 families—galleys, etc., water purification equipment, hydrogen gen