Discovery Science: Ten Ways The World Will End

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Discovery Science: Ten Ways The World Will End

Postby <insert> on Sun Dec 02, 2007 4:31 pm

Discovery Science: Ten Ways The World Will End

Science Documentary with Dr. Michio Kaku published by Discovery Channel in 2007 - English narration



Doomsday is big favourite with science fiction writers and film-makers alike. After all, what could be more thrilling than an action-packed global apocalypse, narrowly averted at the last moment?

We love to watch our Hollywood heroes fighting to save mankind, whilst still finding time to crack a few jokes and get the girl along the way.

There are endless gruesome ways that the world could end; through nasty, natural disasters or because of some man-made abomination. From maniac killer robots and super volcanoes, to an alien invasion and mutant psycho humans, all options are covered in Ten Ways the World Will End.


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1) Further Information
* Discovery Channel page for this programme

2) Related Documentaries
* The Day the Earth nearly died
* Natural Disasters
* Death of the Sun
* Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster
* Five Disasters Waiting to Happen
* Nuclear Nightmares

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