Water, Wind, Earth, Fire (Newest Version)

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It started with water and it ended with fire.
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When 25 square kilometres of permafrost in Antarctica melts, the world’s average sea level rises by 4.5 metres. The earth’s average temperature drops by 2.2°C in a matter of hours, starting the worst ever chain reaction of natural disasters across the globe. In China, landslides overpower cities, whereas Britain is struck by seven successive large earthquakes. Typhoons hit the coasts of many Caribbean islands and violent volcanoes begin to ignite the Ring of Fire. As mankind races to find ways to protect itself from the storms of natural disasters, a greater threat is boiling – the Sun has just one day before it emits a solar flare so powerful that everything living on the Earth will boil alive...

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Prologue

Submitted: September 20, 2010

It started with water and it ended with fire.
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When 25 square kilometres of permafrost in Antarctica melts, the world’s average sea level rises by 4.5 metres. The earth’s average temperature drops by 2.2°C in a matter of hours, starting the worst ever chain reaction of natural disasters across the globe. In China, landslides overpower cities, whereas Britain is struck by seven successive large earthquakes. Typhoons hit the coasts of many Caribbean islands and violent volcanoes begin to ignite the Ring of Fire. As mankind races to find ways to protect itself from the storms of natural disasters, a greater threat is boiling – the Sun has just one day before it emits a solar flare so powerful that everything living on the Earth will boil alive...
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ONE

Submitted: September 20, 2010

20th December, 2010. 8:26 am, GMT 0. London. Extreme Weather Survey and Prediction Centre. * Alarms were blaring. Already, James thought.... Read Chapter

TWO

Submitted: November 09, 2010

20th December, 2010. 10:40 am, GMT 0. London. Extreme Weather Survey and Prediction Centre. * James spun the revolving chair around as he... Read Chapter