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地球造人(2010)

地球造人

评分:9.1 / 地区:英国/ 片长: 导演:Matthew Gyves / 热度:775℃
类型:纪录片/ 语言:英语 编剧:
主演: Iain Stewart
状态:更新:2018-10-28
影片别名:地球创世纪

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很一般,说教的和理论的东西太多了,有些专业的知识让人难懂,角度也不好,每一篇经常说到别的地方去了。远比不上地球脉动细节。

地球造人

非常赞的纪录片,画面和音效绝佳,主持人飞上天空、深入地下、穿越沙漠,亲自到火山、油田等最危险的地方向我们讲述水、土、风、火以及人类自身对地球造成的影响,绝对让人大开眼界。最喜欢此片的音乐,还有主持人的英式口音,身临其境的讲解比一般的旁白更加震撼人心。

地球造人

原以为是进化史题材的,其实讲的是地质、气候、自然资源与人类文明史的关系。五集依序分别为水、地、风、火+人类行为,内容丰富,自然和人文知识点都很多。水、火两集很精彩,最后一集总结并引向环保话题,结尾比较积极。也许自然科学家们可以态度积极,但现实是人与自然的关系由人与人的关系决定。

地球造人

六千年前的撒哈拉沙漠还是很湿润的,有岩石、河床、雕刻。农业诞生时,河流对人类来说就像磁石,并且塑造着他们的社会。不过有一个特别的,公元前500年的利比亚人,有一个强大的文明,瓜拉马人把文明带进了沙漠,用地下水灌溉,地下水来自从前撒哈拉还有植被的时候,不过因为开发过度,文明就消失了。印度阶梯井沿用了很多年。

纪录片保持Iain一贯的高水平,偏重人文历史方面,从地理地质角度解释人类进展更合理,有很多有趣的小知识,苏美尔人炼铜,波斯坎儿井,还有印度水污染原来该英国人背锅2333(不过苏格兰人黑起英国毫不手软),苏格兰口音越听越好听了,结尾也一如既往地内容丰富,不喊口号只讲证据,啪啪啪打民科的脸..

从地理气候资源各个方面来讲,中国都具有成为一个大帝国当之无愧的优势。几乎每集都会提到中国资源的优势。地球的壮丽,人类智能的高度进化和发展,造就了人类今日的繁荣也改变了地球的未来。但是资源过度消耗环境污染人口膨胀等问题的应对也的确早已刻不容缓。

真是一堂生动壮美知识含量丰富的人文地理课!地球给了我们这么多,而我们又回报了什么?现在天灾这么多,其实追根究底起来,大多都是人祸啊,唉……

人类如何顺应了地球的自然力量进行了自身生存、发展、壮大、衰败等过程。脑海里冒出一句话 show some respect

地球的力量太神奇了!原来以为是纯粹的自然类纪录片,其实更偏向于地理和地质学,长很多知识,就是对理科生而言不太好理解,听听就过去了,最后的环保部分也衔接得好,不会感觉生硬

星球上大部分地方都是水,那些并不足以赖以生存,开始耕种改变历史真正的革命。用尼罗河的水位来制定税负,地球就像一块海绵储存着生命,文明的成功与否与水的利用息息相关不断滋养,而且引发着冲突。青铜时代改变世界的格局,为了获取锡矿,跋山涉水走出最远的距离。火的使用带来了技术,不稳定的地下之火涌动出来,带给更大的震撼,可怕一直如影随形,伴随在身边却不知道何时发生,就是这么公平,在获得资源也伴随着风险。有些地方明知道故事的结局,却安安静静的等待死亡。风是唯一看不到的,人类利用风主要用于贸易,把所有大陆连接,实现全球化,也是气候的主宰。在吃了熟食之后,原始人产生了对火的依赖。古老的地球满足人类的需求,人类文明发展是燃烧的过程,这100年里地球遭受前所未有的发展,随之发展带来的问题,却不是百万年可以解决的。

水、地核、风、火,四种改变人类历史的自然力量,以及——人类,一种可以改变地球的力量。人类之所以能够成为如今的人类,既是环境使然,也是人类千百年来不懈探索的结果。配乐大气磅礴。

BBC的纪录片,五集分别讲了“水”、“地球深部'、'风'、'火'、'人类星球',里面也多次有提到中国,还是蛮客观的说到中国多次可以领先全球但又毁在自己手中!

地球造人剧情介绍

  BBC最新纪录片,讲述地球的力量如何改变了人类的历史。2010年1月19日首播,共播出了5集:'Water','Deep Earth', 'Wind', 'Fire','Human Planet'。节目中,Iain Stewart教授带领观众探究几个世纪以来,地质学、地理学和气候是如何影响人类生活的。
  我们的星球拥有惊人的力量,但却很少在教科书中被提起。这个系列节目第一次通过电视展现地球的神奇力量对人类发展的影响。节目将历史故事的讲述和炫目的摄影镜头紧密结合,给我们呈现一幅原汁原味的人类历史图景。
  Iain Stewart tells the epic story of how the planet has shaped our history. With
  spectacular images, surprising stories and a compelling narrative, the series discovers the central role played in human history by four different planetary forces.
  Episode 1: Water
  Professor Iain Stewart continues his epic exploration of how the planet has shaped human history. This time he explores our complex relationship with water. Visiting spectacular locations in Iceland, the Middle East and India, Iain shows how control over water has been central to human existence. He takes a precarious flight in a motorised paraglider to experience the cycle of freshwater that we depend on, discovers how villagers in the foothills of the Himalayas have built a living bridge to cope with the monsoon, and visits Egypt to reveal the secret of the pharaohs' success. Throughout history, success has depended on our ability to adapt to and control constantly shifting sources of water.
  Episode 2: Deep Earth
  Iain Stewart tells the epic story of how the planet has shaped our history. With spectacular images, surprising stories and a compelling narrative, the series discovers the central role played in human history by four different planetary forces. In this first episode, Iain explores the relationship between the deep Earth and the development of human civilisation. He visits an extraordinary crystal cave in Mexico, drops down a hole in the Iranian desert and crawls through seven-thousand-year-old tunnels in Israel. His exploration reveals that throughout history, our ancestors were strangely drawn to fault lines, areas which connect the surface with the deep interior of the planet. These fault lines gave access to important resources, but also brought with them great danger.
  Episode 3: Wind
  Professor Iain Stewart continues his epic exploration of how the planet has shaped human history. Iain sets sail on one of the fastest racing boats ever built to explore the story of our turbulent relationship with the wind. Travelling to iconic locations including the Sahara desert, the coast of West Africa and the South Pacific, Iain discovers how people have exploited the power of the wind for thousands of years. The wind is a force which at first sight appears chaotic. But the patterns that lie within the atmosphere have shaped the destiny of continents, and lie at the heart of some of the greatest turning points in human history.
  Episode 4: Fire
  Professor Iain Stewart continues his epic exploration of how the planet has shaped human history. Iain explores man's relationship with fire. He begins by embarking on an extraordinary encounter with this terrifying force of nature - a walk right through the heart of a raging fire. Fire has long been our main source of energy and Iain shows how this meant that the planet played a crucial role in Britain's industrial revolution, whilst holding China's development back. Along the way he dives in a mysterious lake in Oregon, climbs a glacier of salt, crawls through an extraordinary cave in Iran and takes a therapeutic bath in crude oil.
  Episode 5: Human Planet
  Series in which Professor Iain Stewart looks at how four geological forces have shaped human history. He explores the most recently established force, humans. It's easy to think of the human impact on the planet as a negative one, but as Iain discovers, this isn't always the case. It is clear that humans have unprecedented control over many of the planet's geological cycles; the question is, how will the human race use this power?