The Day the Earth Shuddered and Went Dark
by Nicolas Z Porter
In the early morning hours of a May 20, 2108, a collective of microbes slaps into the Pacific Ocean near California. And billions upon billions of microbes are jarred loose.
Within hours they cover the United States, Canada and Mexico. Within days they spread around the world.
They hunger, and they eat. Voraciously.
Mammals die within minutes of contact. Including humans.
Well, most humans.