Is The Movie “2012” Based On Truth?

“2012” was a breakout movie hit. It told the story of a massive disaster that changed the entire world including New York. Most of the population of the world was wiped out in the movie and the only people who survived were those that escaped on a large ship. The disaster was caused by the earth’s core overheating and triggering floods and earthquakes that destroy the world. Many people have wondered if this could actually happen, but science has reassured us that the likelihood of this happening is very slim.

Changes to the earth tend to happen slowly and there would not be a mass disaster like one that takes place across the entire planet. The movie is fascinating, entertaining, and fun to watch. The special effects are amazing and the earthquake and tornado scenes are especially fun to watch.

The movie is not really based on science and it has a feel┬áthat is more fiction than fact. It is highly unlikely that the earth is going to end in such a dramatic way, though the movie does provide us with a cautionary tale about treating the planet carelessly. Human action is causing a lot of harm to the planet and we need to think twice about how we are treating the planet so things like this don’t happen in the future.

We need to conserve resources and do what we can to help preserve the planet for future generations. We don’t want to make drastic changes that are going to result in the type of scenario that we have seen in 2012. The movie serves as a warning and gives us a fictional situation as to what could happen if we don’t take care of the planet. Earth is our home and we need to take care of it if we want to keep living here.

Global warming is already happening and you can look out your window and see the changes. Your city might be getting hotter or colder, and maybe you don’t get as much rain as you used to. On the flip side, you might get too much rain. You are likely to have noticed the changes and these changes are going to gradually get worse if we don’t do anything to try to slow down or reverse this process. Extreme weather is only going to get worse.