The Knowledge is a new book by science-writer Lewis Dartnell (www.lewisdartnell.com). Using a post-apocalyptic scenario as the starting point for a thought experiment, the book discusses what would be the crucial science and technology to avert another Dark Ages and help society recover from scratch as rapidly as possible: a guide for rebooting civilization itself. Explore the website for further detail and join the conversation on the book’s Discussion page – what information do YOU think would be the most crucial to preserve…?
This is the author site of Micah Ackerman. His first novel “Wormwood” is about a full scale nuclear war and how a small Connecticut town survives. There are FREE short stories and a post-apocalyptic blog.
The Flotilla series is a dystopian fiction story in which a messed-up teen named Jim is thrown into the ocean, literally and figuratively, to become both a survivor and a hero. Jim leaves an addiction rehab center to join his father, Rick, aboard an experimental colony off the Los Angeles coast raising fish through the process of mariculture (open-sea fish farming).
The tension explodes when a terrorist attack hits nearby Los Angeles. Jim and his sister are safe for the moment aboard the Colony but Rick is drafted and taken ashore. Now the kids are left helpless to deal with angry drug dealers, pirates and crooked cops. Will Jim be able save himself and his sister? Is doing the right thing always the right choice?
This is a whirlwind adventure over two summers that paints a vivid picture of adventure and hardship. It is also a deeply moving look at the impact of sustainable technology on some hilariously dysfunctional, flawed characters. Readers are finding Flotilla to be a stirring coming-of-age tale that brings together fathers and sons and conquers loss through courage and inner strength.
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UnchainedPreppers will strive to collect, disseminate and archive self-reliant information to enable like-minded people to become more independent in their daily lives and for any natural or man-made disaster in the future. This will be accomplished through:
- Openly sharing information amongst this on line community regardless of levels of experience and knowledge, which will be archived for current and future UnchainedPreppers to come,
- Through fellowship, discuss our daily prepping challenges and current events with like-minded people, which in turn will,
- Help UnchainedPreppers to throw off the chains of reliance we have allowed to gather around our everyday lives.
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Libria Mundis is a French community devoted to the post-apocalyptic, dystopian and zombie universe. Our web site reference books, movies, TV-series and games, and our members can post their graphic realizations on our fan art and discuss on the forum about this universe.
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Messenger is a sci-fi/fantasy webcomic which tells the stories of survivors in a post-apocalyptic world populated with warring tribes, curious angels, and genetically engineered lifeforms, with new pages every week.
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The PAEForums was founded early 2011 for the discussion of all things apocalyptic. The topics range from the Post Apocalyptic genre to survival after major disasters. It also serves as a place to discuss posts on the PAEBlog made by King of the Wastes as well as Vault72 and Jimpi.
The PAEForums is now trying to start a post apocalyptic LARPING group in the US for those people that wish to “live the life”. The LARPING group will have several different “branches” so that if you want to dress up as a certain game or book you can. If you’re interested in the forum be sure to join or ask about it in the Guest Questions board.
Founded in 2010, the Post-Apocalyptic Forum is already approaching 10,000 total posts on a wide variety of topics related to the genre. Whether you just like to read about the end of the world, or you are actively preparing for it, we have members who will be happy to discuss it with you.
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