WatermelonDecades of leaps and bounds of scientific breakthroughs had vastly improved the lives of people around the world. Virtually no disease, more efficient treatments and the ability to create perfectly healthy foods made life on Earth more enjoyable.More Like This
Linda was a young, ambitious scientist-to-be. She and her friends were always downloading the newest information on all there was to know. In fact, for the science fair, she had gotten recognized as a promising young mind. Her project was recently featured in the latest journal. "Perfected Dehydration".
Her demonstrations always drew a large crowd. With a single press of a button, Linda was able to take any fruit or vegetable and dehydrate the object down to the size of a pill. In this size, people could not only store food longer, it was easier to transport to the needy in poor countries or survivors of natural disasters. Then, with a single drop of water,
Modern ScienceOnly 300 humans survived the war. It was the year 2014 and the world was not at peace. The economy had become so weak and the people had become so desperate that violence had become a daily struggle to stop and began to escalate further and further each passing hour. The stress had finally made its way into the military and through the ranks, the government officials in charge of our safety, the wepaons and security programs had snapped. They had unleased as many nuclear warheads as they could, before being reluctantly gunned down by their fellow soldiers. The warheads devestated many countres, all innocent of any crimes against us. They retaliated.More Like This
Only small pockets in North America escaped radiation, or at least, lethal levels of radiation. Many had become ill and died horribly, my parents and brothers were among the dead. I traveled alone, using cars where I could find them, until they ran out o