Life without people
(http://youtu.be/vkMXhKj0D4w 12 November 2011)
(http://youtu.be/6XDbcMND7fY 12 November 2011)
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- Life after people
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- You may be able to access some of the series episodes on YouTube. The bodies left behind loosely focuses on the chances of survival for human art and artifacts; Outbreak focuses on main environmental, mechanical and biological consequences of the absence of human management on cities such as Chicago, Atlanta and London; The Capital threat focuses on main environmental changes in Washington and Los Angeles; Heavy metal focuses on the lifetime of metals, as well as environmental changes in New York and Saint Louis; The invaders focuses on invading species and environmental changes in Florida, Phoenix, Miami and Shanghai (including some hints of pseudoscience regarding the social evolution of chimpanzees and the culture of dolphins); Bound and buried focuses on the demise of cultural iconic artifacts such as the Mona Lisa, Notre Dame Cathedral and Lascaux Caves in France, the Liberty Bell, the Declaration of Independence and the Golden Gate Bridge in the U.S., the Petronas Towers in Malaysia, and the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway; Sin City meltdown is an episode of lesser importance, focused on plausible changes to Las Vegas and Atlantic City; Armed & defenceless is an episode of lesser importance, focused on Denver, military equipment and dairy cows; Roads to nowhere is an episode of lesser importance, focused on plausible changes in Texas and Detroit; Waters of death focuses on the environmental power of water, especially in cities such as New Orleans, Seattle and Dubai; Wrath of God is an episode of lesser importance, focused on the fate of Christian religious icons and mythological creatures; Toxic revenge loosely focuses on the release of chemical, nuclear and other toxic substances accumulated by men; Crypt of civilization is an episode of lesser importance, focused on human artifacts devised to guard information about humanity for future generations; The last supper is an episode of lesser importance, focused on food spoilage, grocery stores and species dependent on humans for their own feeding and, thus, survivability; Home wrecked home is an episode of lesser importance, focused on houses and buildings, although it also brings a bit of pseudoscience regarding predictable earthquakes; Holiday hell is an episode of lesser importance, focused on holiday-related artifacts and animals; Waves of devastation focuses on the environmental power of the sea; Sky's the limit focuses on "air-dwelling" artifacts and species (including some hints of pseudoscience regarding life on Enceladus, one of Saturn's moon, brought by the Cassini spacecraft); Depths of destruction is an episode of lesser importance, focused on underground environments and burrowing species; and Take me to your leader is an episode of lesser importance, focused on world leaders' houses, palaces and bodies.
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