Storm Worlds (2010– )

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Storm Worlds imagines the unimaginable, taking viewers on a voyage into the heart of extreme alien storms and playing them out on Planet Earth through extraordinary computer animation. ... See full summary »

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Storm Worlds imagines the unimaginable, taking viewers on a voyage into the heart of extreme alien storms and playing them out on Planet Earth through extraordinary computer animation. Using new scientific discoveries, Storm Worlds unravels the mysterious weather that rages on other planets and wreaks havoc on the Earth. In 'Deadly Dust', a Martian dust storm envelops our entire planet. 'Alien Wind' tracks, in real time, the most extreme storm ever discovered in the Universe, then unleashes it on the Earth. And in 'Cosmic Fire', Earth is hit by a giant storm from the Sun. Written by Anonymous

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Dust to dust...
27 November 2011 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This program explores the silly scenario of what would happen if we had a Mars-style dust storm here on Earth, and it took everyone in Manhattan by surprise. Even though that's impossible. Oookay...

While some of the segment's special effects are impressive, it isn't until the last line of the program that we learn we're actually immune to something like that because our oceans would somehow protect us. Phew!

Despite such sloppiness, I'm glad I saw this. Not only did I learn some interesting things about the solar system's dust bowl, Mars, but I enjoyed visiting some earthscapes that are strikingly Mars-like -- such as the hyper-dry Atacama Desert in Chile and, in Canada, Devon Island's Haughton Crater, which is described as a polar desert.

I was also intrigued to hear about the Bodeli Depression in Saharan Chad. Who knew that its overwhelming daily dust storms are critical for maintaining life in the Amazon?

(And here I thought a dust devil was only a hand vacuum. But they really do exist. Just ask the Navajos...)


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