How to Put Things Right When Everything Is Falling Apart?

Perhaps you have wondered, and not just one time, I presume, how to put things right when everything is falling apart? It is, according to the rules, normal for things to get messy with time. But, imagine, what will happen when the entire planet Earth is so messed up, that there is no hope
for setting it up.
Usually, when you have some conflict in school or at work, you can get some comfort at home and vice versa - if things with your family are kind of messed up, you can get a breath of fresh air outside if your house. But what if the planet is ruined and there is no place to go?
You can find one solution of this problem, if you decide to watch Terra Nova. The premier TV show is produced by one of world famous sci-fi gurus Steven Spielberg. First two hour episode of the premier season is scheduled for September 26th, 2011.
Created by Craig Silverstein (Nikita, Bones) and Kelly Marcel, Terra Nova will show us what life on Earth in 2149 is going to be. Apparently, things are not going too well, since our planet is dying and humans have to find another place for living if they are willing to continue to exist. Earth is threatened with extinction due to worldwide poor air quality and, of course, the usual threat - overpopulation.
Find another place, or as it turns out in that case - another time. Because the answer of the question how to put things right when everything is falling apart, is simple - just go back to the start. When the end seems inevitable, scientists amazingly identified fracture within time, which made it possible to construct a portal directly into primeval historical past. And tha how was born the idea to resettle humanity in the past.
So, the twenty-second century people find it is easier to travel through time than to save the Earth. They manage to transport themselves back 85 million years. The deserters organize themselves in prehistoric Earth in colony, called Terra Nova, which have around one thousand colonists.
In the center of the narrative are the Shannons, an ordinary family in search for a new home and, perhaps, a chance to rebuild the civilization in a better and more successful way. Jim Shannon (Jason O'Mara), Elizabeth Shannon (Shelley Conn) and and their three children Josh (Landon Liboiron), Maddy (Naomi Scot) and Zoe (Alana Mansour) get into a community full of tensions and rivalries and to add up, there are lot of pretty scary dinosaurs living out there. It doesn't sound like a dream start, but, apparently, it is better than live with no hope in the future at all.
Elizabeth is a trauma surgeon and as such is included to Terra Nova's medical team. Josh is Elizabeth and Jim's 17-year-old son. He struggles with the whole idea because he is forced to leave life as he knows it behind. Mady, Josh's 15-year-old sister, approaches the traveling with another tune, since she hopes Terra Nova will give her a chance to reinvent herself. Elisabeth's medical education secured the family a place in the program, but a secret involving their five-year-old daughter Zoe soon endangers their place in this utopia.
So, what should you worry more about - your neighbors or the dinosaurs? To find out, be sure to watch Terra Nova at the end of September. The producers of the show promise it to be cinematic, powerful and a whole. And we can give them a chance to prove it.

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