The Second Deluge

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Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 89,521 / 274 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 72.2
LoC Category: PS
Downloads: 1,625
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What is here set down is the fruit of long and careful research among disjointed records left by survivors of the terrible events described. The writer wishes frankly to say that, in some instances, he has followed the course which all historians are compelled to take by using his imagination to round out the picture. But he is able conscientiously to declare that in the substance of his narrative, as well as in every detail which is specifically described, he has followed faithfully the accounts of eyewitnesses, or of those who were in a position to know the truth of what they related.

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mountainous, and the most compressed food takes space when a great quantity is needed. It won't do to overcrowd the vessel, and invite sickness. Then, too, I must take many animals along."

"Animals," returned Smith. "I hadn't thought of that. But is it necessary?"

"Absolutely. Would you have less foresight than Noah? I shall not imitate him by taking male and female of every species, but I must at least provide for restocking such land as eventually appears above the waters with the animals most useful to man. Then, too, animals are essential to the life of the earth. Any agricultural chemist would tell you that. They play an indispensable part in the vital cycle of the soil. I must also take certain species of insects and birds. I'll telephone Professor Hergeschmitberger at Berlin to learn precisely what are the capitally important species of the animal kingdom."

"And when will you begin the construction of the ark?"

"Instantly. There's not a moment to lose. And it's equally impo

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Average Rating of 4 from 2 reviews: ****
2013.08.21
Henry L. Ratliff
****.

(1912) Sci-fi
Plot bullets


  • A scientist warns that the Earth will be flooded to a depth of six miles.

  • The Earth will pass through a Aquas Nebula which will condense into tourants of rain.

  • His only advice is build an ark, he will do so.

  • The world scoffs.

  • The water comes.

  • What will the end be?


2009.02.24
Seb
****.

The earth passes into a nebula that causes massive flooding, only one odd genius knows what's going to happen and does his best to warn people and build an ark to save himself and as many people as he can. Great reading for a rainy night!


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