Very informative film with some shocking facts 8/10
I watch a lot of Documentaries about various topics but anything space orientated is a must-see for me. I jumped at the chance of watching this with it's unique visual technique that allows us to see inside the Earth in amazing 3D for the very first time. What made this film work well was the fact that the average person can understand it and you certainly don't need a college degree to take it in. All that is required is that you 'want' to know what's happening with the planet and have a basic interest in the sciences.
Global warming is something I'm certain we are all familiar with to some extent and this film gives us some shocking facts about just how much this phenomena actually affects us directly and might just be a bigger problem than was first feared. Personally, I think the Earth is a living organism which has had it's temp go up and down for many millions of years so could heal itself with time, however, this shouldn't give us as humans, a free pass from caring and being proactive.
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