There are many scientists out there who are predicting a future in another world. These scientists foresee pollution and other poison damaging our home planet will eventually create an unlivable world. People will slowly start to migrate to a more secular earth. Some say we will soon be in space, others say we will be in a totally different environment.
National Geographic takes this idea to a whole new level. They predict our world will migrate underwater. With their documentary “City under the Sea: the future of humanity,” National Geographic experiments with this idea and dives into the steps that would need to occur in order for this to become reality.
The first step would be to “find a suitable location,” then “design a water type living structure,” “use materials that can withstand pressure,” “become self-sufficient,” “create new vehicles to travel,” and “build a new society beneath the waves.”
Obviously, there are boundaries for the human body when going underneath the surface. We are not created to be underwater which can cause dangerous side effects like ruptured ear drums. This is why finding a suitable location is essential. There needs to be a middle point beneath the surface in which humans can live.
The documentary continues by explaining how this will all work. It creates a new society under the surface with details of how human beings will function, the amazing creation of the underwater world and the beauty of the whole idea.
So, what do you think? Will this really take into effect? Or, does it all seem like a hoax?