I guess this is it. There's nothing we can do now.
Six months ago, when scientists discovered the giant solar flare that will engulf the entire planet in radiation, everyone started to panic.
The whole world dissolved into total anarchy once the scientists confirmed that this an extinction level event, and there is no way out.
This is the end for the human species as well as all life on Earth.
And today is going to be our last day.
As for me, I’m where I’m supposed to be; home. Everyone’s here; my wife, my kids, my parents and siblings, and some of the extended families as well as friends are here.
We're all in this house spending our last hours consoling each other, reconnecting with past relationships, saying things that had not been said, amending past wrongs,
doing everything we felt like doing to get through this dark time.
The moment we dreaded for has come. We’re all holding each other’s hands as we witness the sky growing brighter. The air suddenly feels so hot, it hurts to breathe. I hold my wife and kids tight.
This is it. We’re ready to go now.
*…In other news, a team of archaeologists today have made an unprecedented discovery; ruins of an ancient hominid civilization have been unearthed in an archaeological site,
dated 500 million years old.
According to experts, how this ancient civilization disappeared remains unclear,
but what is certain is such a discovery will significantly change our understanding of contemporary anthropology for years to come.*
*Meanwhile, NASA is currently studying a solar anomaly that occurred recently…*