On the Beach is a film from 1959 that takes place after a nuclear war has devastated and rendered uninhabitable the entire world, except for Australia, which managed to survive the nuclear holocaust by being too unimportant to bother nuking. 942 more words
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What could be worse than a “Ghost Fleet” scenario?
When the US Congress, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the Secretary of the Navy schedule to be briefed in real time about a sci-fi book, you have to assume that the situation is real serious. 444 more words
After Pakistan and India fire nuclear weapons at each other, the result is not just the destruction of two countries, but a plague that brings the dead back to life, leaving a small group of those still among the living trying to survive in a world more favorable to the dead. 2,458 more words
For a few months already, I am assertively being haunted by one theoretical question:
Which country, or organization, or any other entity, network or ideological construction, would benefit most from a full-fledged war between NATO and Russia, in which all the elite powers of the world Christian denominations could get involved in self-destructive conflict against each other?
For those of you who have not read Julianna Baggott’s Pure, my advice is to stop reading this and go and get yourself a copy. Then set aside a day, maybe two if you prefer to take your time over these things, cut yourself off from the world and allow it to blow your mind. 606 more words