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Random First Lines:It was the beginning of the rainy season in Gambia West Africa. Most naturally the dry season would follow. Food was plentiful and it was the time... » Read
A candid discussion about God, the bible and whether it's possible for us to really know the creator, to know God.
An incomplete list on my wishful thinking.
This is really quite depressing, but I really felt the need to express my thoughts on nuclear weaponry and the opinions of world governments towards them. Why does anyone keep ANY? This shouldn't be some penis size contest between leading powers, it should be a non-issue. No one should have any...
The future of the USA is a country torn in two by a second civil war. The west, a dangerous desert. The east, ruled by clones and a strange being known as Mr. Z. As everyone finds themselves on the brink of disaster, it may take the most hated of them all to see past everything and stop one of...
Based on the short story
It's 2055. The tall glass skyscrapers that once towered over the people of New York City now crumble, falling leaving only rubble behind. Kieran, a 16 year old boy survived the atomic blast which took out much of the east coast. Now he alone, has to survive in the aftermath of the war. Which...
By Zvi Zaks
He was just another homeless person, but he makes me hear uncanny, lovely music and, when I close my eyes, I see celestial spheres.
how i feel about america dropping the atomic bombs on japan during world war two
A vision of a world without humans, contrasted to today's world. Just something short I wrote a while ago.
The first chapter of a novel project I hope to continue and eventually finish.
Isaac, a semi-depressed sophomore, and his friends Kaiser, Frye and Quinn all get involved in a psychological experiment among themselves, involving the ability to control life and death with a simple wave of the hand.
The 5th part of the history of Richard Channing
By Philip Roberts
When a fake priest suspects a nut has an atomic bomb, who will believe him?
Gabriel's ancestors were of the few lucky enough to escape the atomic apocalypse, and the only ones to carry the knowledge of the old world. His people throw him out into the wasteland, leaving him to question himself, his next meal and his fate.
The last man on Earth in his fallout shelter.