Aftermath: Population Zero

Synopsis: Ever wondered what the world will be like when there is no humans around? Well with this movie it will take you through the years of the extinction of humans. It has details of all the things that will happen with out humans. By not telling Michelson
Production: Cream Productions
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IMDB:
6.8
Year:
2008
90 min
142 Views


A mile upstream, water surges into

tunnels that snake under the city.

When it reaches the power plants, it

drives the turbines and creates electricity.

Less than two hours ago, people

were monitoring this powerful system.

But with no one at the

controls, the turbines flood

and the plant shuts itself down.

Seconds later, blackouts sweep

through parts of Ontario and New York.

The world-wide loss of electricity

reaches the nuclear power plants.

Automated systems detect that

the electrical grid is failing

and they shut off the reactors.

But this is just the beginning.

Six hours after humans disappear

the sun goes down in Europe.

The last power plants go offline.

The dark ages are back.

The sun is still shining on North America

and thousands of cars are still running.

Every gallon of gas

they burn sends 19 pounds

of carbon dioxide into the air.

This greenhouse gas can pollute the

sky for the next one hundred years.

Without us, another source of man-made

global warming is also disappearing.

Planes send out water

vapor in their exhaust

and the cold air transforms

the vapor into clouds.

But as the last planes

fall from the sky,

these man-made clouds

disappear with them.

Fuel-starved jets aren't the only

disasters rolling through this new world.

All over the globe, industrial plants

react to the permanent loss of power.

Some gases need electricity to keep them

cold enough to be stored in liquid form.

If they don't have power, the

cooling units stop working.

Eventually, the liquids come to a boil

and create dangerously high pressures.

Many tanks have relief valves

that vent gas to avoid explosions.

But hundreds of thousands of tanks all

venting at the same time is unimaginable.

The gases spread

wherever the wind blows,

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