The Day Wherein The Sun Shrank

The Day Wherein The Sun Shrank

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Genre: Literary Fiction

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Status: Finished

Genre: Literary Fiction

Summary

The destruction of the planet Earth was the legacy by Térqueos humnos and for the generation of the future The sun is fading. Transformed into a giant red star, swallow the planets Mercury and Venus. But while solar chromosphere moves toward the earth, a terrible war is fought between Térqueos and humnos that using alien energies, lead the battle to an unprecedented and catastrophic outcome: the globe parted in the middle into two gigantic meteors. Although a forged armistice, the few survivors, among Térqueos and humnos, do not seem to worry about the tragedy that lies ahead. Taken by blind hatred and violence, surreptitiously continue feuding for supremacy on the planet, until only one is winning and find salvation for the planet Earth, before the sun shrink and become the solar system on a dead planetary group. Before starting to read from " The Day Wherein The Sun Shrank " author John Dekowes is a challenge. The player must decide which side will stay in this battle: Térqueo or Humno? Who Will Win? NOTE: According to some readers who pre-book reading, " The Day Wherein The Sun Shrank " can be considered something "sui generis" within the science fiction literature as it is the first time that a writer dared to have the idea of dividing the Earth in half, and describe in detail the catastrophic situations and biological transformations in the characters who survived the tragedy, a gripping narrative.

Summary

The destruction of the planet Earth was the legacy
by Térqueos humnos and for the generation of the future


The sun is fading. Transformed into a giant red star, swallow the planets Mercury and Venus. But while solar chromosphere moves toward the earth, a terrible war is fought between Térqueos and humnos that using alien energies, lead the battle to an unprecedented and catastrophic outcome: the globe parted in the middle into two gigantic meteors.

Although a forged armistice, the few survivors, among Térqueos and humnos, do not seem to worry about the tragedy that lies ahead. Taken by blind hatred and violence, surreptitiously continue feuding for supremacy on the planet, until only one is winning and find salvation for the planet Earth, before the sun shrink and become the solar system on a dead planetary group.

Before starting to read from " The Day Wherein The Sun Shrank " author John Dekowes is a challenge. The player must decide which side will stay in this battle: Térqueo or Humno?

Who Will Win?

NOTE: According to some readers who pre-book reading, " The Day Wherein The Sun Shrank " can be considered something "sui generis" within the science fiction literature as it is the first time that a writer dared to have the idea of dividing the Earth in half, and describe in detail the catastrophic situations and biological transformations in the characters who survived the tragedy, a gripping narrative.


Chapter1 (v.1) - The Day Wherein The Sun Shrank

Author Chapter Note

The destruction of the planet Earth was the legacy<br /> by Térqueos humnos and for the generation of the future<br /> <br /> <br /> The sun is fading. Transformed into a giant red star, swallow the planets Mercury and Venus. But while solar chromosphere moves toward the earth, a terrible war is fought between Térqueos and humnos that using alien energies, lead the battle to an unprecedented and catastrophic outcome: the globe parted in the middle into two gigantic meteors.<br /> <br /> Although a forged armistice, the few survivors, among Térqueos and humnos, do not seem to worry about the tragedy that lies ahead. Taken by blind hatred and violence, surreptitiously continue feuding for supremacy on the planet, until only one is winning and find salvation for the planet Earth, before the sun shrink and become the solar system on a dead planetary group.<br /> <br /> Before starting to read from " The Day Wherein The Sun Shrank " author John Dekowes is a challenge. The player must decide which side will stay in this battle: Térqueo or Humno?<br /> <br /> Who Will Win?<br /> <br /> NOTE: According to some readers who pre-book reading, " The Day Wherein The Sun Shrank " can be considered something "sui generis" within the science fiction literature as it is the first time that a writer dared to have the idea of dividing the Earth in half, and describe in detail the catastrophic situations and biological transformations in the characters who survived the tragedy, a gripping narrative.<br /> <br /> <br />

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Preamble

263,000 years A.D.


 

Before the Earth passing through its most terrible global war, the inhabitants belonged only to a caste they called the human race. In those days the term "race" had become generic for all creatures on the planet and each species had split or subdivide in several races, which did not, however, a general consensus. Within the race, despite the many genetic shares, there were those who did not consider divergent belong to branched and decaying trunk of the human race, but descended from a superior species. They abhorred all scientific-religious material stored in Alkanlurx library, which meant the birth of the human species from the primordia of time. They considered that the whole story had been manipulated

In bioespacial Cinerama, with the help of "capsules Mnemotron" could go back to those times and drill down to the genesis. However, continually return in time caused distortions and irreparable damage to health and mind, and especially also implied temporarily miss a moment of this.

The scientist and mnemometra M'arya working on Alkanlurx Institute, an imposing building glassed-in bubble format, except that only stuck on a pillar with 380 meters height above sea level. And around, down glassy steel cables that deepened in the earth kilometers distance away. And beneath each, a total of 40, met up scientific and military complex that gathered and kept all information received from time travelers. Although M'arya be one of the organizers of Alkanlurx Library and its principal investigator and exclusive preservationist of capsules Mnemotron, not seen with good eyes what was happening around. Maybe it was the only one to notice.

Those more radical, with special permission from the government land and denied the ontogenesis, sought assiduously, as fixed idea, know its origins, a delivery almost complete, leaving the present time advancing quickly in the future. Among them he was your friend and researcher R'annkon he thought it perfectly normal. The final was one of them right. But despite disagree about that issue, both as scientists, agree on one thing: that come and go was causing a temporary break from the big reality and the return not made them more appeased, on the contrary, they returned obsessed and angry with the expense Religious created by a selfish deity who practiced hedonism of amoral and slanderous manner. They could not believe they were created in the image of a God who prevailed of the weak and oppressed to build your empire. A megalomaniacal entity! Something was wrong. The human race could have no connection with that monstrous entity, however, they never would or would be submissive to those stories baseless and decrepit.

And the result was an outbreak of religious conflicts across the globe.

At first everything was frowned upon and was not taken very seriously, however, over time, antagonism grew to become worrying, with the emergence of strife between rival groups: the sectarians of the old traditions against those believed to belong to a master race. Before long, the conflicts were taking care of everyone's life, growing by cities, then spread like a incurable disease and acquiring global proportions. The planet was divided into two warring factions: the Térqueos and humnos. Térqueos believed in the superiority of the human being, comes from a more noble descent, and the humnos believed in a higher God who created them in his image and likeness. Like many touted - the more moderate on the issue - the break desuniu families, bringing feelings of hatred, bitterness and a lot of violence. Parents and children became mortal enemies in hostile clashes and for a long lost the serenity of emotions and mutual respect. Armed conflicts between rival gangs raged everywhere. Each raised his bloodstained flag above his head without bothering to hurt relatives or friends. The Tus'ya capital had become the center of interest of the two factions that "fought" - in inverted commas - by indiscreet supremacy of the entire contents. There were still - after the time has elapsed for thousands of centuries - emotional constraints hampering a complete separation. Many Térqueos were humnos and many humnos were Térqueos and was very problematic this relationship for both sides, which tolerated supported by inordinate hatred.

The Térqueos would never tolerate indecent humnos transform the planet into a religious perdition den, in which the value of the race was forgotten in favor of a repressed and presumptuous God! The submission was not part of its gene! Neither humnos would let filthy Térqueos dominate, bringing the emptiness of the machines and the coldness of their souls ... At the height of the battle, when there were no losers or winners, only beings trying to prove their fragile truths, leaders met in territory neutral and, in a play strategically religious policy, drew up the "Treaty of Shewwökd" in which established, in general, the existence of a truce indefinitely, provided that each party would respect their religious beliefs / political and not initiate any offensive friction .

The hidden main purpose of this treaty was the urgency felt to seek strong allies outside the Earth, taking advantage of the sidereal events: the stretching and the alignment of planets in a privileged position in the plans of the elliptical orbits of each, when crossing the dimensional obstacles with more facilities.

 

CONTINUE:

 

Chapter 1
Planet Earth
857000 years later

 

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