The Distant Planet 2 A novel

Glasgow, Scotland, 3,500 AD.
After the Cause bomb destroyed everything, Connor is now an old man. When he is on the verge of death, he lets other people to take over from him in The New World Order.


2. The Distant Planet-Part Two


Glasgow, Scotland.

Next day of the Second Cause.


The evening stars illuminated the bright sky. Herman Rice walked along Foster Road. He looked at the old factories that were in use decades ago. He opened the front door with a E-key. When it locked into place, the switch fell into place.

Then he went inside.


Jennifer Sparrow awoke from a deep sleep.

Suddenly she saw the blue doors were open.

"Theodore, where are you?", she asked him.

"I'm here, Jennifer. What's the problem?", it answered.

"Nothing...yet. Can you prepare some breakfast?".

"Yes", Theodore said.

She then reached the Dining Room, and sat down on a marble chair.


Ellen Sharpe Westwood reached the Iron Door which was marked: "​ASTEROIDS​". She pressed the red door with her right hand, then she saw several scientists sitting down on grey chairs in the middle of the room. Computer screens shone brightly. "Ellen, I didn't know you were here", Senior scientist Professor Simon Vickers, said. Ellen shook her head. "I was concerned about Mom", she stated. "She's working on a new DNA genome that could save lives", Professor Vickers said. "Is she here? I want to speak to her about English homework". The Professor looked around. "She is in Sector Four". Ellen nodded. "Here's an VISITOR ID pass. You can use it in here". Ellen smiled. "Thank you, Professor". And she reached the Sector Four door, and hoped to meet her mother.


Professor Stan Maddow, MD, spoke in a strong voice to the group of other scientists in the Office. "There's all kinds of diseases that can affect the central nervous system. Parkinson's disease can cause problems with patient's movement; ALS can affect their speech, and causes a rapid decline over time. In short, all diseases like epilepsy, from a neurology perspective, can be deal with by medications. From 3,500 to 4,000, all patients with these kinds of diseases will be hooked up to machines so that they'll be hybrids. There's going to be a 1 in 10,000 chance of success on the distant planet of Earth", the Professor said.

And, as everyone cheered his speech, the beginning of the Second Cause was about to start.



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