Met Chron New-Humans: (Metamorphosis Chronicles Book 2)

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Planetropolis Publishing, Aug 10, 2019 - Fiction - 319 pages
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<b> Met Chron New-Humans (Book 2 of the Metamorphosis Chronicles Series) </b>

<i> Set in the year 2030, a Sci-Fi technothriller of a world near the global warming tipping point and humanity’s survival is threatened, from the author of Met-Chron Sanctuary and the Telepathic Dolphin Experiment.</i.

Met-Chron New-Humans' tales place in a world near the global warming tipping point and humanity’s survival is threatened by raging wildfires, android wars, floods and viral pandemics. Ironically, there is a new discovery that could dramatically lengthen the human lifespan causing rampant economic and social chaos.

Timing is everything. If the intern at the Lunar SpeeZees Lab hadn’t accidentally selected the wrong sequence of avatars in a training program, the world’s first New-Human would not have been 3D printed and brought to life.…and without Chron’s genius, the strategy of developing a space elevator to convey pods of seawater into space and generate snowfall over tropical seas to reduce ocean temperatures would never have been implemented..

Furthermore, if Chron had not assisted her longevity research, Dr. Astra Sturtevant would never have made her game clinging discovery of how to control the genetic clock and arrest the aging process. Meanwhile, the AI androids that had mutated in the high RAD zones following the nuclear detonations in the Bay Area have launched campaigns to gain their independence and annihilate all organic humans.


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MetChron Sanctuary Telepathic Dolphin Experiment

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 Ron S. Nolan, Ph.D. lives in Aptos, California near the sunken ship at the end of the pier in SeaCliff Beach. He spends his days working out, running, writing and performing tech patent research–quite a leap from his early days in Western Kansas where he shared the farm outhouse with a nest of half frozen rattlesnakes and learned to read by the light of a Coleman lantern! To learn more about his latest novels and screenplays, please visit Planetropolis Publishing.