Over the 20th and 21st centuries, the rise of our civilization has seemed unstoppable. But could our modern, industrialized civilization fall apart like great ancient ones before us? Two hundred years from now, will scientists find evidence that we followed a recipe for disaster similar to that of the Maya or the Romans? To understand a collapse, imagine it has already happened.
National Geographic reveals a vivid look into the future to our descendants in the year 2210 as they set out on a scientific expedition to figure out what brought us down. A water crisis? Lack of energy sources? Dust storm or global warming?
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Comments about Collapse: Based on the Book by Jared Diamond DVD:
An excellant remake of the move "Collapse" (2009). Oil may be extremely scarce in the year 2030 to 2050 and it MAY lead to a world collapse/crises. They predict food MAY be extremely scarce in the year 2060 (genetic engineering help may solve this problem).
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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