Zero Hour: End of the World? (Greenlit)

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  • #389678
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    fib12345
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    I dunno about technology. I am working on a film in 2010, but they have cool mining vehicles, humanoid-like robots, scanners, and experimental… (I can’t tell you yet!).

    Look out for

    DAY OF THE ALIENS: Part I

    #389682
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    “badgerboy” wrote: Actually, one idea I have is overpopulation.

    I doubt overpopulation is a possible end for the world anymore, things like smoking drinking abortion not to mention that the Chinese population ratio of men to women is 5 men to every woman plus they are only legally permitted one child per couple so I think that the world’s population will plummet and that would make for a more realistic end for the world. Not enough people, no doctors no farmers nothing gets done and everyone dies as a result.

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    “The Doctor” wrote: [quote=”badgerboy”]Actually, one idea I have is overpopulation.

    I doubt overpopulation is a possible end for the world anymore, things like smoking drinking abortion not to mention that the Chinese population ratio of men to women is 5 men to every woman plus they are only legally permitted one child per couple so I think that the world’s population will plummet and that would make for a more realistic end for the world. Not enough people, no doctors no farmers nothing gets done and everyone dies as a result.[/quote]

    That’s what I meant. Everybody starts dying as a result of overpopulation because our resources run out. At least, I think that’s what you were saying.

    #389689
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    I’m saying the world’s population would more likely drop.

    #390063
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    Actually, the Mayans never predicted the end of the world, that’s just when the calendar stopped. Many people think the calendar is intended to simply restart when it “ends”.

    http://pbfcomics.com/?cid=PBF111-Reset.jpg

    #390331
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    I think that they ran out of space on the rock.

    EDIT: Forget what I had written at the end of this post. None of that matters now.

    #390332
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    The Mayan Calendar is a possibility. Keep brainstorming.

    #390412
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    I’m probably not going to be a composer for this project: But I’m in. I’ll animate a little sequence for it. (If it ever gets out, I mean.) 😀

    #390604
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    fib12345
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    Is this dead or should I start animating?

    #390759
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    Ben David
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    Sorry I havn’t been here. I stopped getting e-mails when I got replys to this thread. 😕

    Anyway, like I said, I want it to be a natural disaster, not because of famine or starvation, because then how well could we make a decent story for say 10 animaters(animators)? And Hazzat, please don’t “Take Over” my idea. If you want to help that’s one thing, but don’t steal it.

    “fib12345” wrote: How long should a clip be on average?

    I’m hoping this will be like the day brickfilms.com crashed, so each person would to do like a little story.

    “fib12345” wrote: What kind of technology do we have in 2010 (so we’re all on the same page)?

    We can do todays tech, but if everybody wants to we can make them a little futuristic.

    Thanks for the support guys!

    -benjimonji

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