T is for Taxes

If we proceed with a new government, will there be taxes?  And what will the old govenment do, should it ever turn up?

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S is for Seeds

Most of the planet is a desert now in Strike Three.  Are there enough seeds to restore life?  And how long could that take?  And how long will it take to learn if some of the saved seeds are sterile?

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R is for Radioactive

Though the hot virus is long gone–but not forgotten–the radioactive states will be hot for a long time.

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Q is for Quiet

What does it sound like when there are no animals, no birds, no insects, no planes in the sky or cars on the road, boats on the water, snowmobiles, …  It’s strange and scary.  You might think it’s finally peaceful, but it feels so wrong…

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P is for Planet

Is life on Earth doomed in Strike Three or does life indeed find a way?

Note: I just looked up planet in the dictionary and saw that there were nine planets when this edition was published…

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O is for Observatory

The Kitt Peak National Observatory is briefly referenced in Strike Three.  Hi David!

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N is for New

It’s a new world in Strike Three, my upcoming post-apocalyptic novel.  The old world is gone or changed.  How do you start over?  Has enough been saved so that you can start over?

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