As we know, movies are made for entertainment value but some have some sort of scientific facts. Even though I can call this a science fiction list, things in some of these movies can actually happen. I know some of these movies have encouraged me to want to know more about the earth and study about the environment that surrounds me. Some are about subjects I love such as the weather, geology, astronomy, and ecology.
Here’s my list:
1.Twister – 1996 film about a woman and her storm chasing team hunting tornadoes and learning more about them after seeing her father die from one when she was a child.
2.The Day After Tomorrow – 2004 film about the effects of global warming causing a climatic shift and major storms, which leads to the next Ice Age.
3.An Inconvenient Truth – 2006 documentary about climate change and global warming giving people the awareness of the environment and their affects narrated by former Vice-president Al Gore.
4.Deep Impact – 1998 film about a comet on a collision course with Earth and a space mission to stop it.
5.Armageddon – 1998 film about asteroids colliding with Earth and a mission to stop the major one.
6.The Core – 2003 film about a collapse in the Earth’s electromagnetic field causing major sun radiation and a mission to restart its rotation.
7.Independence Day – 1996 film about aliens attacking Earth and the world fighting back to claim what belongs to them.
8.2012 – 2009 film that gives reference to the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar and the 2012 phenomenon that devastating events will end the world.
9.War of the Worlds – 2005 remake about aliens planning on taking over the world.
10.Knowing – 2009 film about a man who breaks down number sequences from a time capsule that predicted major disastrous events and shows that coronal mass ejection solar flare will end the world.
11.Lost in Space – 1998 film about who becomes trapped on a strange planet and has to find a way to survive and escape.
12.Volcano – 1997 film about a volcano that forms in Los Angeles after a major earthquake strikes.
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