Earth 2.0 EXODUS

Earth 2.0 EXODUS

by Paul Henry Wand, M.D.


Publisher Paul Henry Wand, M.D.

Published in Science Fiction & Fantasy/Military, Science Fiction & Fantasy/Fantasy, Literature & Fiction/Contemporary, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction

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Book Description


This is an exciting story of how the American people built the most sophisticated starship in order to leave Earth, which is facing gradual destruction, and their fantastic voyage to the other end of the Universe, and their adventures along the way. The plot and subplots depict science, science fiction, action, advanced medicine, romance, and legal ramifications

Sample Chapter


In the scientific community, it has been known for many years that the Earth will be destroyed in the distant future when our sun would go supernova. Long before that time, many changes will have affected the Earth, will cause considerable damage, and render life difficult or nearly impossible as we know it. In approximately 100 to 150 million years from now, the continents will move closer and then collide with each other and this will cause considerable damage and loss of life as we know it. In about 1.1 billion years, the temperature of the sun will increase by 10% which will have a devastating effect on earth and all water will begin to evaporate. By 1.3 billion years, the temperature of the sun will increase by 30% and there will be no water left on Earth and a severe greenhouse effect will take place. This is analogous to what happened on Venus but the temperatures will rise even higher on Earth. Scientists estimated that the temperatures may reach 3600 degrees Fahrenheit, enough to melt rock on the surface of the Earth. The fate of the Earth is summarized by the famous physicist Stephen Hawkin who said:

“It's time to free ourselves from Mother Earth. I believe that the long-term future of the human race must be in space," Hawking tells Big Think. "It will be difficult enough to avoid disaster on planet Earth in the next hundred years, let alone the next thousand, or million. The human race shouldn't have all its eggs in one basket, or on one planet. Let's hope we can avoid dropping the basket until we have spread the load."

Considering the fate of future Earth, it has been a long-standing position of virtually all the deciding authorities, such as NASA, the government, and private space exploration groups, to gather as much information as possible to eventually choose another planet to relocate to. Consequently, many resources have been allocated to provide for the necessary acquisition of materials, ships and diagnostic equipment; to support deep space exploration, to compile the enormous data to be acquired; and to make an intelligent decision of where to go. The task to accomplish is gigantic. Thus, it will require all the resources of the USA, and where possible in collaboration with friendly countries like England, France, Canada, but not Russia. The time-frame needed to accomplish this goal is not measured in years, but in generations; and many of them, because the Universe is bigger than anyone has ever imagined, and is growing at a differential rate depending upon what part of the galaxy is looked at.

The technology to discover rocky planets was established many years ago in the early 2000s and a planet very similar to Earth was discovered in our galaxy, The Milky Way, in the year 2013, called Kepler 452b at 1,400 light years from Earth. It was also nicknamed Earth 2.0. It was debated for years that we should relocate somewhere in the Milky Way with over a million stars, and thousands of rocky planets which could sustain human life, but after the scientific community convinced all the authorities that the Milky Way would collide with our closest galaxy Andromeda, it was voted down.

As a result, a need to look further away was established but it would take more time and resources to find a suitable planet. After many more years of research and debate it was finally decided that we should find a young galaxy, wherever it may be located, and then we could start our civilization over again. This should therefore be on a young planet in a young solar system, and then there would be concern about anything like what we have been facing on Earth for many billions of years.


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Paul Henry Wand, M.D.

Paul Henry Wand, M.D.

Paul Henry Wand, MD, clinical neurologist and researcher, has been an avid science fiction fan since Star Trek the original series came out in the latter 1966. He has been in private practice since 1982 in South Florida. One night while watching an episode of the Flash, he reflected about one episode,and developed the idea of writing his first book about science fiction. Once it started, the rest of the content just poured out until it reached a cliffhanging conclusion. At first it was fun to write and create new material and chapters, but then he realized that it should be published. The book is unique since it is based upon real science, contains real medical facts and science, as well as fictional characters, devices, and concepts. One editor who reviewed the book described it as a "Factual Science Fiction", in a niche of it's own. A sequel is planned and started, as a natural sequential follow up to the first volume.

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