BBC Earth : The Power of the Planet 2007 2008 HD 720p MKV Complete

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  1. Okaris

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    http://www.filesonic.com/file/188981231/PEarth.01.part1.rar
    http://www.filesonic.com/file/188981241/PEarth.01.part2.rar
    http://www.filesonic.com/file/188981251/PEarth.02.part1.rar
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    http://www.filesonic.com/file/188981271/PEarth.03.part1.rar
    http://www.filesonic.com/file/188981281/PEarth.03.part2.rar
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    http://www.filesonic.com/file/188981341/PEarth.06.part2.rar
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  2. ixjwoz123

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    THANK YOU. I HAVE WATCHED IT ON DVD. BUT I WANT MKV File TO SAVE

    THANK YOU AGAIN
     
  3. Thanks for this. I saw the Ice episode & it was really good.
     
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  5. ketamine

    ketamine Guest

    thx. unfortunately all but disk1 is gone.
     
  6. cahUphoG

    cahUphoG Guest

    Re-up please or place on MU?
     
  7. rstockers

    rstockers Guest

    Thanks
    For your nice share.

    Unfortunately the above links are not working anymore.

    Below are new links added Aug 04 & I have just finished downloading all the series.
    It is well worth the effort, so get them while they are still up.
     
  8. rstockers

    rstockers Guest

    My links are down & removed. Here is some information about the series.
    Season 1, Episode 1: Volcano
    Original Air Date: 20 November 2007
    Season 1, Episode 2: Atmosphere
    Original Air Date: 27 November 2007
    Season 1, Episode 3: Ice
    Original Air Date: 4 December 2007
    Season 1, Episode 4: Oceans
    Original Air Date: 11 December 2007
    Season 1, Episode 5: Rare Earth
    Original Air Date: 18 December 2007

    Everyone will enjoy this OUTSTANDING 5 show series and gain new
    knowledge about the planet on which we reside
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    Hear the actual growling sound of glaciers moving.
    (Low resolution screenshots below, actual video is HD 1280x720p)
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    The epic story of planet Earth is told in a new, landmark series for BBC Two. Using spectacular images, illuminating science content and compelling narration, the series reveals how each one of the great forces, including volcanoes, ice, the ocean and the atmosphere, have played a critical and central role in the development of Earth.
    Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of how Earth works and how, over the course of 4.6 billion years, it came to be the remarkable place it is today. Highlighting the major events that have shaped the Earth's history and allowed life to flourish, he visits some of the most remote places on the planet.

    Part 1 Volcano
    Volcanoes are usually seen as destructive, frightening, but they are absolutely critical to making the Earth a home for life. They are part of something much bigger - a source of unimaginable heat located at the centre of the planet. No force has played a more important role in creating the planet we know today than the Earth's inner heat.
    In reality, they are the most important force in the creation of the planet as we know it today. Iain abseils into a lava lake and cave dives in a cenote to show how the heat that fuels volcanoes also drives some of the most fundamental processes on the planet.

    Part 2: Atmosphere
    Our atmosphere is a fluid, just as surely as the ocean is. This fluid – air - shapes our world, from eroding rocks to building sand dunes. But its importance goes beyond this – it controls the world’s weather and climate – without it the land would be dry and parched, the poles much colder, and the tropics burning hot. It protects us from deadly radiation. And it is also our source of energy – oxygen – and without that life on Earth would never have advanced beyond the level of slime.
    But our atmosphere is completely different from any other planets – and according to the normal laws of chemistry it shouldn’t exist. What is extraordinary about our atmosphere is the way that it has been created by life.
    Iain travels into the stratosphere in a Cold War fighter, gets his eyebrows singed in Siberia and discovers why Argentina is one of the stormiest places on Earth. All to show why our atmosphere is unique and utterly crucial for life.

    Part 3 : Ice
    In Antarctica we discover an entire continent buried by ice – a weight so great that it has pushed the land down by hundreds of meters. Buried beneath this vast world of ice is one of the world’s largest lakes – a body of water cut off from the rest of the planet since before the human race evolved. Iain visits a unique ice lab in the Arctic north of Norway, which has been dug out inside a glacier. It means he can see the glacier in action from the underneath – and learn how it is able to cause so much destruction. Ice may be nothing more than frozen water but, as Iain explains, it holds extraordinary power. Discover why the huge Jacobshaven glacier is retreating, how it shaped our past and may now threaten our future.

    Part 4 : Oceans
    Traveling from Hawaii to the Amazon and Ethiopia and then on to the Mediterranean, Iain tells the story of the oceans. About the greatest mass extinction in Earth’s history – caused when the oceans ended up belching poisonous gas into the atmosphere, killing almost every living thing on the planet. About the ocean’s great currents, and how they distribute heat around the planet, how they interact with the atmosphere creating hurricanes and the phenomena of El Nino. Time-lapse records the biggest tidal movements in the world and Iain rides the biggest, longest tidal bore in the world, UP the Amazon river. Fierce waves, huge tidal bores, global currents and the future dangers of Global Warming. The oceans are a great force for stability, but they are also capable of destroying almost all life on the planet. We mess with them at our peril.

    Part 5 : Rare Earth
    Iain looks at the big picture of Earth's place in space. It's taken four and a half billions of years and several great catastrophes to turn it from a barren rock to the unique planet we know today. Since life first inhabited the Earth 4 billion years ago it has led a charmed existence. But every now and then something has happened to threaten the existence of life itself – a shock so great that it almost destroyed the Earth’s metabolism. New imaging technology reveals the “scar tissue” of former disasters, like the great meteorite strike that helped destroy the dinosaurs. This huge crater off the coast of Mexico is only visible using magnetic anomaly imaging. But the impact has left its mark in other ways – Iain dives in spectacular flooded caverns called cenotes that are a legacy of that long ago disaster.
    Earth has been incredibly lucky, that but for an extraordinary piece of good fortune the Earth would be hit by a huge meteorite every few million years. That piece of amazing good fortune is called Jupiter. Mighty Jupiter lurks further out in the solar system with its huge gravitational field that the Earth is protected. Without Jupiter it would have been hit by meteorites every few million years, and complex life would never have got a chance to get going.

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  9. Okaris

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    All Episodes UP again + English Subtitle Inside MKV

    see 1irst Post
     
  10. rkahler

    rkahler Guest

    Files are blocked.
     
  11. rstockers

    rstockers Guest

    Yep
    Down again.
    No sooner they are re-posted they get killed.
     
  12. rstockers

    rstockers Guest

    Just finished checking all of "ADSL" new links (Aug 7- 1.05am)
    & they are STILL UP
    so hurry up kiddies & get them while they are still hot!!!
     
  13. marklee

    marklee Guest

    Thank you very much.
     
  14. henry809

    henry809 Guest

    thxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
     
  15. bradlislags

    bradlislags Guest

    Thank you very much. i do not have any problem with the links

    any way i have finished down all links OK
     
  16. hopper

    hopper Guest

    Thanks a billion for a great post, downloading now.
     
  17. cahUphoG

    cahUphoG Guest

    Downloading now...starting from the end, at least episodes 4 & 5 are still available. I will edit this if any of the earlier episodes are not available, otherwise the links are still viable as of 8/21/08
     
  18. Nutcrill

    Nutcrill Guest

    all links avaiable as of 14th sep 08 thx for upload
     
  19. boza2007

    boza2007 Guest

    thank you man for thes Episodes thank you very much and I hope to see more uploads from you
     
  20. DeeCee

    DeeCee Guest

    :heyo: What A Way to Start The Day!!! THANX!!! :drinks:
     

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