The Future is Wild

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Science Documentary hosted by Christian Rodska and published by Discovery Channel in 2002 - English narration

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Imagine a world far, far into the future. A world very different than our own, a place where people have been whiped out by massive climatic and geological changes, nearly destroying the Earth. What would the world be like, and what kinds of creatures could survive such extreme changes? An international team of eminent scientists was formed to predict the future and its new life forms in 5 million, 100 million and 200 million years. The scientists predicted that the Earth would go through several phases: Ice World, Hothouse World and New World. To capture these worlds as accurately as possible a camera crew traveled to remote locations around the globe. State-of-the-art animation helped bring life to such freakish beings as the bird-fish creatures Flishes, the giant slime mold known as the Slithersucker, the Toration tortoise bigger than any dinosaur, tree-dwelling squids called Squibbons, the spewing Spitfire Bird and many, many more! For anyone who has wondered what life would be like millions of years from now, one thing is clear: THE FUTURE IS WILD!

There are 13 episodes in total, each one ~25 minutes (total 5 hrs 28 min.) and they are in 3 major categories (cd's):

[edit] Part 1: 5 million years - Ice World

~ Welcome To The Future
~ Return Of The Ice
~ The vanished Sea
~ Prairies Of Amazonia
~ Cold Kansas Desert

[edit] Part 2: 100 million years - Hothouse World

~ Waterland
~ Flooded World
~ Tropical Antarctica
~ The Great Plateau

[edit] Part 3: 200 million years - New World

~ The Endless Desert
~ The Global Ocean
~ Graveland Desert
~ The Tentacled Forest

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  • Video Codec: DivX 5.11
  • Video Bitrate: 1710 kb/s (29.970 fps)
  • Video Resolution: 640x352
  • Video Aspect Ratio: 16:9 (1.82:1) [=20:11]
  • Audio Codec: AC3 (0x2000) Dolby Laboratories, Inc
  • Audio BitRate: 224 kb/s (112/ch, stereo) CBR (48000 Hz)
  • Audio Channels: 2 channels
  • RunTime Per Part: 25 minutes
  • Number Of Parts: 13
  • Part Size: 350 mb
  • Ripped by HassiSan

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