Wild Pacific: Season 1, Episode 3

Endless Blue (12 Jul. 2009)
"South Pacific" Endless Blue (original title)

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Due to its extreme size and depth, the South Pacific has an equivalent variety of marine life. Some species are unique and most adapted to the various requirements of its conditions, such ... See full summary »

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Due to its extreme size and depth, the South Pacific has an equivalent variety of marine life. Some species are unique and most adapted to the various requirements of its conditions, such as great distances to travel in seasonal migrations, as whales, sharks and even turtles do. Written by KGF Vissers

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Stunning. Astonishing. Magnificent. Facsinating
12 March 2011 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

Narrator keeps using words "endless", "vast", and one cannot ask himself / herself a question: how can the human predator eat all life in the ocean to extinction which is depicted so well in another masterpiece documentary "The End of the Line (2009)"? The answer is simple, as follows. We depend on nature and animals to survive. Pollution, eating species into extinction and massacre of environment happens on global scale: sacred and very needed by life on Earth trees are being massacred by human predator. Gold mining, illegal tree cutting, illegal ranching in Amazon already destroyed a lot of sacred trees. Animals' habitat is disappearing with exponential (unbounded) rate. Films: "AMAZON with Bruce Perry", "The End of the Line (2009)". Most vicious predator (human) must learn to stop destroying its own environment. (Aside: the human is most vicious predator because it kills for sports.) While most vicious predator propagates with exponential (unbounded) rate, the nature and animals disappear with exponential rate at the hand of most vicious predator. Most vicious predator must stop unbounded (exponential) reproduction: it leaves no space for healthy environment for most vicious predator and leaves no space for animals. CONSUMPTION is not "cool" anymore. Echo-systems sustain the economies. Economies do not sustain the echo-systems. Bottom-lines and corporations only destroy the nature, environment and animals. In the past, we hoped that our technology would help us to live better, but as of today, our technology only leads us to the SIXTH EXTINCTION of all life on the planet, including human, at the hand of the human.


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