Climate change is rapidly affecting our land, oceans, and atmosphere. Extreme weather, driven by the changing climate, gives rise to powerful hurricanes, torrential downpours, and drought, resulting in natural disasters. National Geographic brings you face to face with Mother Nature at her most dangerous in this film. Experience the action as massive chunks of ice shear off a rapidly melting glacier in Alaska. In the Midwest, cameras roll as storm chasers risk their lives to capture data as deadly tornadoes race toward them. In drought-ravaged California, filmmakers embed themselves with firefighters trying to contain raging wildfires on the front lines. The film unveils the surprising links between these three areas, demonstrating how small changes in one area can have major effects elsewhere.
In the fiery beginnings of our young solar system, worlds are born and obliterated. Gas giants stir chaos. And a young sun vents its rage. How did Earth survive against all odds? This eye-opening fulldome documentary tracks the perilous path our planet took in its early years through advanced, data-driven, cinema-quality CGI. It explores some of the greatest questions in science today: How did Earth become a living planet? What does its history tell us about our chances of finding other worlds that are truly Earth-like?