Humanity has enjoyed a nurturing and beautiful planet throughout the long evolutionary journey that Mother Nature has gracefully allowed our species. However, as with most sentient life forms on other worlds, we too have succumbed to the greedier side of our nature and are quickly losing grace with our planets ability to support us with a viable biosphere. Luckily for us, we have progressed far enough along the technological path so that we actually have a chance for success if we choose to attempt migration to favorable worlds outside of our own solar system. Embark on a journey that tells a tale of one possible way for the human species to achieve freedom from our own Mother Nature, and travel to other worlds where her lovely twin sisters await our arrivals, so that we might have extra chances for long term survival! From finding enough raw materials in the asteroid belt for attempting such a journey, to the extreme technology and stubbornness of one man to see his dream of transplanting humans into the cosmos become a reality. However, he can't do it alone! And, through sheer good luck, good karma, or both, enough hard working and dedicated people (carbon based and metal) come to his cause and help get it off the ground, and on its way into the great void that exists between the stars!
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About the Author
Michael Tobin, is a fresh author. He loves spending hours and hours, hoping to make the story just write. I mean, just right. But without a professional editor, there are bound to be errors. Hopefully, none too egregious. He enjoys a quiet life on a lazy watercourse called the Grand River. After four-years in the U.S. Navy as a radioman, and thirty-years as an aircraft maintenance technician (25 of which were spent at American Eagle Airlines). He has put down the torque wrench, and picked up the keyboard. When not writing, he enjoys long walks along the lazy river flowing through his back yard. Just soaking up Mother Nature, and all she graciously offers. Hiking the path along this peaceful river is transcendental, allowing an emptying of extraneous garbage from the mind, and focusing on what to write next. He can often be found sitting on his deck, overlooking the river, tossing peanuts to the many river squirrels frolicking in the woods. Most of the time, simply daydreaming about what to write next. I hope you like his stories, as much as he enjoyed relating them! Please feel free to email a word or two, or possibly even, write a review. That is, if you feel so inclined. Peace out! firstname.lastname@example.org