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

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

Life After People: Season Two (2009) - 470 minutes
Life After People: Season Two 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 the world we leave behind. The second season of the fascinating History® series Life After People takes a stunningly graphic journey to a world wiped clean of humanity, using cinematic CGI to reveal - in scientific detail - the fate of every aspect of the man-made world, and how the landscape of our planet would forever change in our absence.

From animal outbreaks to massive structural collapses to hordes of toxins and chemicals unleashed across the globe, Life After People: The Complete Season Two reveals what happens in the hours, days, months, and years after people disappear. Welcome to Earth, population zero.

  • Episode 1: Wrath of God
    • Structures of God and symbols of Satan face their post-apocalyptic fate. Churches around the world crumble, the devil's minions multiply, and the controversial Shroud of Turin meets a surprising foe.
  • Episode 2: Toxic Revenge
    • A horde of toxins and chemicals are unleashed in a world without people. Deadly gases turn lakes and rivers into acid. And without mean's help, Niagara Falls has a surprising fate.
  • Episode 3: Crypt of Civilization
    • In the post-apocalyptic world, man's mysterious relics meet very different fates, including those in a site in the U.S. called the "Crypt of Civilization." Other crypts, safes, and time capsules are also exposed to new threats. Can anything be preserved?
  • Episode 4: The Last Supper
    • The fate of the food world is explored - while destructive forces turn supermarkets into breeding grounds for insects and rodents, some foods prove imperishable and a surprising plant thrives amid agricultural surrender.
  • Episode 5: Home Wrecked Homes
    • Our homes are our castles, but in a life after people they and their contents are defenseless against nature's assault. Burst water pipes destroy houses in suburban America, while the world's tallest apartment is no match for Dubai's harsh desert climate.
  • Episode 6: Holiday Hell
    • All signs of the great holidays begin to disappear. Fireworks factories erupt in massive fireballs. Christmas tree farms grow ragged, and places of rest and relaxation - theme parks, golf courses and cruise ships - become images of devastation and ruin.
  • Episode 7: Waves of Devastation
    • The relentless power of water threatens to wipe out everything man has left behind, from the former capital city of Sacramento, California, to famous paintings by Rembrandt and Van Gogh in a Rotterdam museum in the Netherlands.
  • Episode 8: Sky's The Limit
    • Air Force One suffers an explosive malfunction. The LAX theme building meets a surprising end. And a devastating swarm of locusts returns to the skies of Midwest America.
  • Episode 9: Depths of Destruction
    • The underground world undergoes radical changes in a life after people. Geothermal power plants buckle under the strain of superheated steam. America's former nuclear command center comes under attack. And 400 million prairie dogs take over an abandoned town.
  • Episode 10: Take Me To Your Leader
    • The world's most famous - and famously constructed - homes, from the White House to Monticello and Versailles, suffer different fates, while monuments to world leaders, and the bodies they have guarded, are seriously threatened.

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

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