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'This will be a very entertaining and educational project,' promised Pyatkovsky.
The project's Facebook page is: https:// are the simple cultural rules (7 of them) by which the Rus Vikings most likely lived in harmony with nature -- far from the insanity of civilization: If at least one of the participants prints these 7 rules out and brings them with them, the experiment will have a much greater chance of succeeding.
All participants will have to sign release of liability for injury and death waivers, he said.
Each contestant will be permitted no more than 100 kilograms of equipment.
Producer Nikolay Ginzburg said: 'It sounds strange, but on this project it will be easier to survive not for a professional rescuer but for a simple person.
It will be necessary to act intuitively, rather than following instructions.' Pyatkovsky added: 'There were some applications from Chinese extreme travellers.
'Probably all of you have watched the Lost TV series, but surviving in a tropical climate is quite different from trying to stay alive in the Siberian taiga - boreal forest - at minus 40 degrees Celsius.
Purchased items will then be delivered to participants.
So far applicants include professional rescuers, people without special training, professional travellers, entrepreneurs, photographers, jewellers and psychologists.
'There will be no filming crew: the whole area will be dotted with cameras and each participant will be carrying a portable camera with 7-hour life rechargeable battery.' Contestants must be at least 18 and 'mentally sane', he said.
People from all corners of the world will be allowed to participate and he promises broadcasts simultaneously translated in English, French, German, Spanish, Chinese and Arabic. Participants can pay 10 million roubles to take part, around 5,000, or face selection by viewers in an online voting session.