Ocean currents control the climate around the world. When they suddenly stop, it unleashes an endless cascade of weather disasters and a climate catastrophe that threatens to end human civilization.
When rogue aliens launch a surprise attack on Earth, people are left dying in the streets, world governments are obliterated, cities are destroyed, and a deadly virus is unleashed. Can mankind survive?
Earth's deadly fall takes 65 days, triggering massive hurricanes, sandstorms and--with temperatures reaching over 200 degrees—a heat wave that kills every last person.
When a gamma ray burst from two colliding stars hits the atmosphere, the deadly radiation delivers agonizing death and immediately wipes out half the planet.
A volcanic hyper eruption blows through the surface of the Earth, and a bad day gets worse as volcanic gas blocks out sunlight, food chains collapse, and famine threatens mankind.
When Earth gets hit by a deadly Solar Storm—a massive chunk of the Sun—our planet's electrical system turns into a smoking ruin. How does modern civilization cope without power?
World War III breaks out and a nuclear nightmare becomes reality as adeadly fallout of ash and debris creates a Nuclear Winter, plunging the planet into a sudden Ice Age.
There are twice as many rogue planets as stars in the galaxy. So, what might happen if a ringed planet the size of Neptune was on a collision course with Earth?
A supermassive black hole is moving toward Earth at almost the speed of light, and civilization is under attack from a catastrophic—but unseen—threat.