Collapse – New Official Trailer – HD

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Deal Score0 Americans generally like to hear good news. They like to believe that a new President will right old wrongs, that clean energy will replace dirty oil, and that fresh thinking will set the economy straight. American pundits tend to restrain their pessimism and to hope for the best. But is anyone prepared for the worst? Michael Ruppert is a different kind of American. A former Los Angeles police officer turned independent reporter, he predicted the current financial crisis in his self-published newsletter From the Wilderness at a time when most Wall Street and Washington analysts were still in denial. Smith has always had a feeling for outsiders in films like American Movie and American Job. In Collapse, Smith stylistically departs from his past films by interviewing Ruppert in a format that recalls the work of Errol Morris and Spalding Gray. Sitting in a room that looks like a bunker, Ruppert recounts his career as a radical thinker and spells out the crises he sees ahead. He draws upon the same news reports and data available to any Internet user, but he applies a unique interpretation. He is especially passionate over the issue of peak oil, the concern raised by scientists since the 1970s that the world will eventually run out of fossil fuel. While other experts debate this issue in measured tones, Ruppert doesnt hold back at sounding an alarm. He portrays a future that resembles apocalyptic science fiction. Listening to his rapid flow of opinions, the viewer

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  2. @THEGlassIED

    Maybe on a massive scale to a culture used to gas cars.

    When the ONLY cars on the road are using electricity generated by solar/wind/etc, suddenly those cars are going to be very valuable.

    I’m betting that few of the people that currently own electrics will still have them after a collapse: those who invested in arms instead will simply take them.

  3. @TenaciousDave28

    Yes. The Onion doesn’t just do parody articles.
    They have a *huge* media section every issue.

  4. @lennyjudd123

    All it takes is ONE armed person to enslave dozens or hundreds.
    I guarantee there are arms to use toward that end in Australia.
    Better to have a chance at resistance than guaranteed enslavement.

  5. This looks like a great film that I’d really like to support at a theater near me. LMFAO, like good movies get released in theaters anymore. Especially this year.

    It’s already on torrent sites, just look it up.

  6. I recommend to the viewers that are watching this trailer or readingο»Ώ this blog, that people really need to watch this movie. It must be the best documentary I have ever seen and it has opened my eyes to see how the world works. I really encourage people from all over the world to watch this movie. This collapse that hes talking is actually happening from all over the world. From Europe, Middle East, South East Asia, Africa and so on. Please, you wont regret watching this documentary.

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  8. @bgreenorg i hope your not kidding because im going to austrailia and am going to start farming. im preparing for the crash right now and getting ready cause i dont care when its gonna happen all i care about is when happens i want to survive and the best place to survive is an area without gun crazed idiots, and well the boondocks of austrailia is one of the least gun crazed populated places on earth. all in all best of luck to you when it does happen.

  9. To all the people reading this blog, please watch the movie Collapse. It is not some Conspiracy theorist individual. He discusses Conspiracy facts and talks about where this country is headed. It is not a horror movie but many people will be terrified after watching it.

  10. 1:49
    -The Onion
    Yeah, right…

  11. Did you guys realize you can see it online on this website onlinehqmovies . com

  12. Electric cars in general will be a joke. Why?

    How are we gonna make engines? or even just the seats. Doesnt it take an enormous amount of materials that get shipped, flown and transported all over the world (that’s a lot of oil) , and then you have to heat it up or cut it into whatever shape you want (that’s a lot of oil)

    and of course it takes 8 gallons of oil to make a tire.

    and the economic life of rubber trees is 32 years 7 years of immature phase and 25 years of productive phase.

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    AntonioRichardson16 July 18, 2010 at 8:30 am

    this movie looks crazy .. cant wait to see it? G0NNA watch it now on imdbVIP. com

  14. whens the release?

  15. Instead of watching this Johnny-Come- Lately movie, read the source, James Howard Kunstlers book, The Long Emergency, written years ago.

  16. Was that last blurb from the onion?

  17. Hydrogen cars are a joke. It creates more problem then it solves. The only thing that needs to be researched furthe for electric cars is the battery capacity and the battery charging time. Electric cars are our only hope. With wind and solar there are no conversion losses you get with hydrogen. With hydrogen cars, you have two big losses. One from electricty (coal or whatever) to hydrogen and then the engine itself. Electric engine is commonly >95% efficient. Hydrogen engine will never reach it.

  18. Bob Lazar did it used a special Hydrid cell. Ran his car on the stuff. Check it out.

  19. no, they really do have water powered cars. the just use electricity to separate the hydrogen and water atoms and they use the hydrogen to power the car. just look on youtube.. you can use snow to power your car.

  20. Would we have like flowers growing on the roof of our cars to create hydrogen?

  21. I read somewhere about using the process of photosynthesis to extract hydrogen.
    Currently, hydrogen cells, just use hydrogen, and intake oxygen to make water…. so… if we just combine the two that would be pretty awsome

  22. Only the Hydrogen Economy could have replaced the fossil fuel economy. To do this on a global scale would take a HUGE amount of electricity. To generate that much current we would have to make thousands of square kilometers of solar panels, make millions of wind generators and make thousands geothermal, hydroelectric and tidal power stations. If world leaders were worthy of the name they would have started this process half a century ago. They didnt, and now it is too late.

  23. screw electric cars. why haven’t the water powered cars hit the market. now those are revolutionary

  24. Things like transitioning to electric cars will take longer than we hope. The technology in electric cars is still weak. You can only go 200 miles on one charge and it takes eight hours to fully recharge. Until those numbers improve, we won’t see any kind of change in infrastructure promoting electric cars. I personally don’t think it will happen in the next ten years. Look at all the promise behind hydrogen cars five years ago and today there is still no infrastructure backing it.

  25. Carrying capacity is a solution to the problem because once it is reached, the life form population immediately suffers dramatic cuts in pop, in our case due to war-disease-famine.

    America has the energy resources in terms of substitutes (coal nat gas nuclear), to do pretty well assuming the transition to electric cars stays on schedule. We might need to annex western Canada, that’s about it.

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