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The Last humans

Science Fiction
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1. Hal’s eyes watered, as he stood up on the hill as he saw that there were no other humans on the colony, except for Zal, Hal’s brother and a few others. There were only twenty people here and all working in primitive conditions and trying to survive on this strange new world, because that was how many people had been onboard their ship. Now Hal was taking stock of how many people ...

The Path to Immortality

Science Fiction
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It is never silent sharing your thoughts and perceptions through the e-net. How can it be when you’re sharing your consciousnesses with nearly every member of the human race? In the two hundred years since humanity developed the e-net, where human scientists created a means of uploading minds and molding them into a single collective mind containing the whole human history. I uploaded my min...

Grown from test tubes.

Crime and Science Fiction
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Everyone is individual. Everyone has talents that may seem weird to another, but that is who you are, and you must never show anything less than respect for that talent. As humanity spread through planets in the latter half of the 21st century, colonising Mars and the Moon, however, magazines were filled with celebrities lives appearing in gossip columns without a hint of regret. Young people aspi...

The Train

Horror
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The train was like a speeding bullet, the windows flashing as the fields and the small spots of human civilisation flashed past the carriages. Soon houses and little towns were there, next they weren't as the train rushed past without stopping to admire the scenery. I closed my eyes, my ears hearing the sounds of the train; there was a baby crying as its mother was trying, unsuccessfully, to keep ...