There’s No Tomorrow

A 34 minute animated documentary about resource depletion and the impossibility of infinite growth on a finite planet.

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8 Responses to "There’s No Tomorrow"

  1. incepticon  February 16, 2012 at 5:04 am

    It still didn’t provide a true solution. free energy was created in the 1920s more than 5 times. It is a major key to all problems we face. another key term is DE-centralization of power of all kinds!

    • PYV  November 27, 2012 at 12:00 am

      There is no solution. Human kind will also hit it’s peak and start a decline. It is sad, but true. I believe it’s already too late to even do something about it and yet, nothing is being done. This is the future we will face.

  2. witchiepoo  March 5, 2012 at 10:16 am

    we have plenty of oil. 10 years ago, an independent company drilled .6 miles from my back yard. We checked their progress almost daily and finally they hit oil. 2 days later they were shutting it down. When we asked why, they said because they had hit one of the largest reserves in North America and the government paid the owner millions of dollars to shut it down. Our government is lying to us, always has and always will. I hope everyone wakes up before it’s too late….

  3. gabriel88  July 5, 2012 at 12:36 am

    I hope that Human species becomes extinct. It deserves.

  4. Naphtha132x  July 5, 2012 at 7:37 am

    …..this video was the worst video of all the videos I have seen on this site. Pretty much says the world is not sustainable in any way. Progression is bad, and we will be living in a stagnant whatever BS world . “Technology is not energy” it says at one point. OF COURSE technology is energy! Through technology we find better ways to harness and use energy! ……bad. just plain bad video. No wonder you cant rate or comment on YT!

  5. yannick cornet  July 6, 2012 at 7:17 pm

    Actually this is an accurate and quite complete fact-based summary of the sustainability challenge. The root causes are correct (crude oil was confirmed by the IEA in 2010 WEO report to have peaked in 2006, plus population and economic growth on one side versus systematically decreasing natural resources literally put us in a funnel situation). Mentionning Jevon’s paradox is wise to clarify that efficiency improvements alone won’t cut it, rather the opposite. Sure, the video is better at explaining the problem we are facing, rather than proposing clear solutions (though those presented at 16:30 are valid). However, understanding the problem is half way to solving it. This video should be shown in all schools worldwide. Good job

  6. Cavalary  October 29, 2012 at 10:32 am

    Well, terribly anthropocentric, with barely a passing mention on the effect this all has on the other species we share the world with and which we should help instead of harm, and that “middle” view of the future at the end seems way too optimistic for me, but what is said (about the parts that it aims to discuss) is well said.

  7. Curt-eye  March 19, 2013 at 5:19 am

    The best and yes possibly shortest most informative video on the subject that is not just worth spreading, it is absolutely necessary in this battle for tomorrow. This needs to go viral, yesterday. Screw all the comments about it not providing a solution or not conveying the damage we’re doing to the environment properly or as strongly, this is highly absorbable and anyone uneducated or completely unaware may snap out of it(or ‘wake up’) and this is what this movement is about. This paints a clear picture of why we cannot continue on our current path for long, which makes it very relevant. Maybe an abridged version that links to this video that will spread it faster, or maybe ‘A relatively short animated documentary about…..’ would scare less people away from investing their time in this eye opener. All IMO….Just sayin!


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