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   And Then Came the Last Tomorrow, by Malcolm C. Latham  
 
  Novel, first publication in October 2005
 
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      The year is 2090 ad. As the three men and two women tried to stabilize their invention, an anti-gravity prototype, one of them shouts, “My God, only two years and mankind will die!” A group with a perfect earthquake detection system have informed the innovators that the Earth will end in two years from a series of planet-splitting quakes, and the earthquake detection people have a forty-story-tall spaceship without any propulsion system, because all fossil fuel and nuclear power sources have been depleted for years. The inventors are spied on from Santa Catalina by a crew with a fourteen-story spaceship with no power source. They invade the anti-gravity scientists’ dome and broadcast the secret to the world. The days pass, but still no anti-gravity source. While the quakes increase, the human race is surely doomed.

     
     
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  • 21th Century
  • Agricultural - Ecological - Population Disasters
  • Earth
  • Space Ships - Spacecraft

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