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Carl Davidson
Carl Davidson
Feb 21

"Perhaps in a million years I will sip wine on the shores of an alien world" It is fitting the story ends on the shores of an alien world, but that alien world is earth, and no more than 300 years hence - a lofty goal met too soon.

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Lucas Leal
Lucas Leal
Jun 16, 2023

Immortality is indeed a lonely concept, especially when contrasted with a self-destructive species like ours. Unfortunately, longevity does not automatically translate into perpetual progress. Again, amazing work, I'm glad to have find some content like this.

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Killer The Flareon
Killer The Flareon
Dec 12, 2022

Sounds like he waited too long tbh, if he had shared his immortality sooner if nothing else he'd have other people to suffer with

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Unknown member
May 08
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…apocalypse averted now that the world has an unlimited source of food and fuel. Yay!

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matiasarielrivero
Nov 22, 2022

As someone who dabbles in writing I can only IMAGINE the amount of drafts that last line must have gone through hahah.


The sheer difficulty of trying to convey something as subtle as someone losing their humanity is not an easy task.


Portraying someone dying is easy, portraying someone *not living* is one of the hardest things possible, in my opinion

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David Duarte
David Duarte
May 11, 2023
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I also can imagine having the last line even before beggining the story

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Tampainian
Tampainian
Nov 09, 2022

Thankfully people are investing in vertical farms. Controlled environments, grow any type of food even in the a waste land.

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David Duarte
David Duarte
May 11, 2023
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I was thinking in the same lines that The Man from Earth, he is only one person in one place at a time, who knows if it is really the last human and not just his ego playing games again, like he said it hasnt even been 300 years so he hasnt exhausted everyplace on earth

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