Title: Life After People - The Series - Welcome to Earth. Population Zero
Number of Episodes: 10
Length: 7 hours 50 minutes
Narrator: James Lurie
Producers: Louis C. Tarantino, Douglas J. Cohen, Paul Cabana & Dirk Hoogstra
Association: Flight 33 Productions, LLC for History
- After 10,000 years, all man made structures will be broken to pieces.
- Man tamed animals will get rabies, a deadly viral infection that is mainly spread by infected animals. Many species will fall into extinction.
- There is a great rubbish patch in the Pacific Ocean that is made up of 3.5 million tonnes of plastic pieces broken into small particles. These nasty pieces of rubbish, when no managed by man, will kill many marine creatures.
- 24 carat gold bars kept at the Reserve Bank totalling USD200 billion will remain uncorroded and safe underwater as flood hits Washington.
- Waste water treatment plant that requires man to operate it will now cause many man made lakes to dry as it ceases to be operated by man for water replenishment. With the increased volume of soil, dust and sand, huge sand storm will occur destroying many cities.
- An infamous piece of art by Leonardo Da Vinci, the Mona Lisa, will be left unprotected by man. After 100 years, the wood on which Mona was painted will be completely be destroyed by wood beatles.
- Desert cities like Las Vegas will be destroyed by cryptobiotic micro organism. After 1000 years, the entire city will be broken into particle of dusts.
- In 1968, K129, a Soviet submarine, sank in the Pacific Ocean. K129 carries warheads of plutonium and hydrogen explosives. Once the metal casing rusts and the explosive elements make contact with water, a huge explosion will take place destroying many marine animals.
- With no one to operate the oil refineries, refinery reactors that controls the supply of 20 million barrels of oil per day (in America) will heat up and explode into continuous explosions from one tank of oil to another causing a big fire destroying vegetation and animals.
- After 50 years, the 3,000 satellites orbiting the Earth at an average altitude of 100 over miles above the ground will lose control of its movement (without man's intervention) and will crash into each other causing it to become flames of fire falling onto the Earth.
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