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Doomsday: 10 Ways the World Will End looks at apocalyptic disasters so cataclysmic that if they happened today, they could extinguish the human race. From massive asteroid impacts to volcanic hyper-eruptions to sudden energy blasts from outer space, will you be ready? Can any of us survive?
65 Million Years ago, an asteroid impact caused a cascade of catastrophes that led to the downfall of the dinosaurs, but what would happen if the same size space rock struck near the same spot again? How would modern humans cope with a hailstorm of falling rocks and debris, mega tsunamis, out of control fires, blast-furnace temperatures, and a destroyed ozone layer? In the wake of worldwide destruction, who would survive... and who would perish?
As it approaches Earth, a black hole would trigger earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and tsunamis.
During a nuclear war, hydrogen bombs destroy the world's greatest cities; a fallout of ash and debris creates a nuclear winter, plunging the planet into an ice age; crops fail and mass starvation drives humanity to the brink of extinction.
A solar storm turns Earth's electrical system into a smoking ruin, and modern civilization must cope without power.
After a volcanic hyper eruption blows through the surface of the Earth, molten rock slams into cities, shock waves bring down buildings, volcanic gas blocks out sunlight, food chains collapse, and a famine threatens the future of humankind.
A gamma ray burst from two colliding stars hits the atmosphere, wiping out half of the population on Earth, while the other half faces a slow death from ultraviolet radiation and starvation.
A scenario in which Earth is pulled out of its orbit, sending it on a collision course with the sun and triggering massive hurricanes, sandstorms and a deadly heat wave.
Rogue aliens launch a surprise attack on Earth, destroying cities, obliterating world governments and unleashing a deadly virus.
A deep sea disaster unleashes a cascade of weather catastrophes, including blizzards, super storms, wildfires, drought, and rapid sea-level rise.
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