This Sci Fi Short Story Threatens The Status Quo and God Concepts

Only People who care about wildlife and trees will like this.

I respect peoples religious beliefs so if you are a devotee don’t read this it may upset you: On the other hand you may just find the ideas amusing but untrue.

I wrote and published this sci fi short story a few years ago when the human population was only 7.4 billion:

It is now more than 7.7 billion.

Our cultural norms and the Protestant Ethic are causing the extinction of all life

I thought that I would quote a few lines  from this short story:

“The Nirahns whom could see close ups of the planet on their “view screen” saw people and buildings just disappear. One minute there were humans and buildings all over the planet. And then they were gone.                                                                                                                                                                     They watched vegetation grow at an accelerated speed.

Kunapipi/Anne awoke on the first day of the New Earth. She had slept in a humpy and awakened to kookaburras laughing.”

I chose the name Kunnapipi as she is an Indigenous Australian mother goddess:

But this story is not about the “real” Kunnapipi.




Blessed be

and be kind to nonhuman life


I took this photo last century on Kangaroo Island

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