Ephemeral Species Book One - The Dawning

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We've existed in our modern form for a small fraction of 1% of the lifespan of the Earth. What if our species is ephemeral? How could it happen? Who or what would replace us? Could our extinction be a good thing for those who follow us? They came to Earth but didn't care. Later, we became ephemeral, despite Nisha's efforts. Not because of a disaster or because of them, but because we chose it. More
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About Patrick Smith

I am a database and statistical algorithm programmer working in the field of birth defects research at The University of California, San Francisco. I also am a landscape photographer and have written two books, which are on amazon and will be published here soon. My photos have been viewed over 36 billion times. See my blog URL for my photography. https://profiles.google.com/patricksmith1

My current passion is the future. I write science fiction and am fascinated with the rapid advances in genetic engineering, artificial intelligence and other scientific disciplines. In 30-50 years or so, computers and the software running them will match our intelligence, then surpass it. What then?

I'm writing series about a possible end to the human species, but not via the typical dystopian future or calamity. It's actually an uplifting story.

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Review by: Tim on May 09, 2015 :
I really enjoyed this. While not big on action, the premise was interesting enough to keep me engrossed.

Note to author--near the end, a "Mongrel invasion" was referenced, which I think was auto corrected from Mongol invasion.
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Review by: Wolfmaiden on Sep. 04, 2014 :
Couldn't stop reading.
Humanity's superiority being threatened.
Enlightened scientists sharing discoveries with the world, without the usual restrictions and limitations enforced by those in authority.
An enjoyable read.
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Review by: James Jenkins on Sep. 01, 2014 :
This try's to set it's self in the near future of our universe, but the choices made to make the plot continue drive the story away from believability. I read 26% before giving up.

1. Security Ratings high enough to work in this story, are not given to people who communicate their findings via twitter to the world and the government.

2.... Well there are just to many to list.
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