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Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Life After People: Season One for
showing us in detail how the earth and its creatures
would recover very quickly from our presence.

Life After People: Season One
Welcome to Earth. Population Zero.

Life After People: Season One (2009) - 470 minutes
Life After People: Season One at Amazon.com

What would happen if every human being on Earth disappeared? This isn't the story of how we might vanish it is the story of what happens to world we leave behind.

Building off the success of the History® feature-length special, Life After People, this series continues the exploration of a world wiped clean of humanity, in even more vivid detail. Each episode is a stunningly graphic examination of how the very landscape of planet Earth would change in our absence, using cinematic CGI to reveal in scientific detail the fate of every aspect of the man-made world. What happens to the millions of animals that supply our food? The chemicals stored in industrial refineries? Which animal predators will take over homes? Do satellites fall to Earth? When does the Statue of Liberty crumble?

From animal outbreaks to structural collapses, building to a unique visual finale, all 10 episodes in the 3-DVD set reveal what happens in the hours, days, months, and years after people disappear. Welcome to Earth, population zero.

  • Episode 1: The Bodies Left Behind
    • See what happens to human bodies - most embalmed and buried, some mummified, others cryogenically frozen - in a world devoid of human life. Will any remains survive? Or will we be outlived by other memorials to mankind, like the statue of Liberty or the Sistine Chapel?
  • Episode 2: Outbreak
    • If nature's savage forces were to annihilate man, what would endure? Travel to the future locations of Chicago, Atlanta, and London, as well as eerie sites already devoid of humans, to see what happens when thousands of domesticated animals break loose, engineering feats self-destruct, and massive landmarks struggle to remain standing.
  • Episode 3: The Capital Threat
    • Our country's capital is under attack. Forces of nature threaten to destroy our national treasures. What will happen to the Capitol, the Washington Monument, and the Constitution? What will survive?
  • Episode 4: Heavy Metal
    • Once people disappear, New York City experiences its next great crash. Witness the breaking point of precious metals, as skyscrapers face collapse and bridges hang by a steel thread. Meanwhile, a fatal weakness is exposed in the Gateway Arch, and breweries reveal untapped potential for disaster.
  • Episode 5: The Invaders
    • Earth is invaded by predatory forces: once exotic pets, pythons now battle native alligators for control of the Everglades; invasive plants strip oxygen from lakes and rivers; the desert invades Phoenix with enormous sandstorms; and Miami Beach battles the forces of the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Episode 6: Bound and Buried
    • The fates of entombed treasures like the mysterious Doomsday Vault, the Mona Lisa, and the Declaration of Independence are threatened, while Philadelphia's Liberty Bell cracks for good and San Francisco's cable cars and bridges snap.
  • Episode 7: Sin City Meltdown
    • Explore the apocalyptic future of our gambling meccas, from Las Vegas, where a new rat pack takes over, celebrity wax figures melt, and iconic hotels crumble, to Atlantic City, where oceans may tear apart casinos, but the boardwalk refuses to be destroyed.
  • Episode 8: Armed & Defenseless
    • From Denver, Hawaii, and a mysterious abandoned island near New York City, the fate of mankind's machinery of war is revealed: a sunken nuclear missile explodes and Pearl Harbor comes under renewed attack, all while snow causes urban avalanches, and dairy cows are threatened.
  • Episode 9: The Road to Nowhere
    • Cars, planes, and roads suffer the consequences of a world without people. Oil refineries turn into time bombs, harsh winters dismantle Motor City, and the Alamo succumbs to a new invader. Meanwhile, animals adapt: armadillos spread, dogs rekindle their hunting instincts, and long-horn cattle flourish once again.
  • Episode 10: Water of Death
    • Destructive waters overtake the would we leave behind. Rain floods New Orleans again and, when power goes out in the city's aquarium, it spells doom for thousands of animals. Corrosion from rain brings down Seattle's Space Needle, while humidity in the Middle East wrecks Dubai's space-age structures.

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Life After People: Season One
Welcome to Earth. Population Zero.

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Life After People: Season One for
showing us in detail how the earth and its creatures
would recover very quickly from our presence.