Impressive Video: What Would Happen If Humans Disappeared?

Impressive Video: What Would Happen If Humans Disappeared? Animals + Nature

I Am Legend, Planet of the Apes, Mad Max … The scenario in which the human species extinct (mostly his own fault), leaving only a few hordes of refugees travel the Earth’s surface and in killing hoping for a better future has already been worn out by the SF movie yesterday and today. Yet, in the vast majority of cases, film shows us a choice of progression leading to the final cataclysm or the post-apocalyptic world installed a few centuries or decades later. The video posted by YouTube Mind Warehouse chain chooses, conversely, to stage what would happen concretely in the hours, days and weeks following an instantaneous disappearance of the human race, and no, it does not provide no objective reason for this frustration.

First victims of the sudden defection of the human being: power plants fossil fuel, which are extinguished within hours across the globe. A few weeks later, nuclear power plants overheat and eventually explode, killing all that is nearby. Meanwhile, domestic animals starved to death in suburban houses, and among the survivors, smaller dogs are extinguished quickly exterminated by the bigger. The subways are filled with water, orbiting satellites crash into the planet, the rusting metal structures and collapse (yes, even the Eiffel Tower), vegetation gradually moves on the asphalt and in a few centuries, the reinforced concrete buildings collapsed in turn.

“In 10,000 years, says the voiceover with jubilation, the last traces of our civilization will be reduced to a few stone buildings.” In just 300 million years, the Earth will clean all traces of our disastrous acting in his area as it cleans an apartment after an orgiastic evening and a bit disgusting. That nobody cares if the goals of COP21 are not met, human beings will perish, and everything will return to normal.

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