History Channel Life After People DOCU 2008 DVDRiP XViD-DOCUMENT

Posted by on May 26th, 2008, at 10:40 am in DVDRip.

Here we have a documentary about the end of civilization. looks pretty cool, gonna give it a try. comes on 1cd with a very low bitrate (expect pixels)

PLOT: The very notion is deliciously ghoulish: What happens to earth if–or when–people suddenly vanished? The History Channel presents a dramatic, fascinating what-if scenario, part science fiction and part true natural science. “Welcome to Earth, Population: 0” is the catchy tagline, Life After People’s 94 minutes are so gripping you nearly forget while you watch that you, yourself, will be gone too. It turns out that earth can go along very nicely without us. The hardest part of the special is probably in the first 15 minutes, when pet owners confront what likely will happen to their dogs (thankfully, the show follows those dogs who break out of their houses, and the prognosis for them to survive as scavengers is good).

1CD, 694.05 MB (727,763,963 bytes), hclap-xvid
Xvid, 755kbps 29.987fps, 480 x 272| VBR MP3 @ 128 kb/s
Samples: #1, #2, #3, Video
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3 Comments about “History Channel Life After People DOCU 2008 DVDRiP XViD-DOCUMENT”

  1. 1. Waverdr May 26th, 2008 at 12:48 pm

    Rapidshare links please

    I think this site rocks, i still visit rlslog but find myself checking here more and more. If more people visited and put up links for downloads i.e. rapidshare, megaload etc this would be my first choice and rlslog second.
    Keep up the good works guys awesome site.

  2. 2. derron1 May 26th, 2008 at 1:11 pm

    just uploading them now

  3. 3. derron1 May 27th, 2008 at 2:16 am