We’ve all heard it before: It’s a drought that ends, but will we see the end this time?
The drought is the final stage of an ongoing global trend that has been going on for decades.
But how does the end arrive?
What happens if it doesn’t?
This is the topic of our new series, “The End of the World” which is the second installment of a series of new books that explore the end times.
The books will look at a wide range of issues and events that are likely to occur over the next few years, from climate change to the future of energy to human evolution.
The series will include the following titles: “The Beginning of the End” by Peter Turchin and Stephen Biddle, co-authors of the forthcoming “End of the Universe” trilogy.
It will look to the year 2100, the beginning of a new era of human-induced global warming, and the potential for our species to survive the end.
It follows the story of two brothers who are determined to find a cure for their brother’s debilitating illness.
The first book, “A Day of Mourning,” is by Stephen Bingle, co author of “The Earth is Dying,” and will look back on the year 2025, when humanity first entered a new world of perpetual change.
The second book, written by Peter J. Biddle and John S. Gage, is about the day of the end, when a new climate change crisis is set to take place.
It chronicles a family whose only hope for survival is a mysterious benefactor, a powerful new vaccine that could save the planet.
“The Future of Energy” is by John Gage and Stephen Gage.
The pair’s new book looks at what will happen if we all run out of oil.
The book chronicles the year 2050, and includes the prediction of a world without fossil fuels.
The world will likely see major changes to its economy, including the disappearance of many fossil fuel jobs, as a result of a decline in demand for energy.
A world of zero-carbon energy, as well as a world where the cost of electricity is reduced to zero, would be a world that would be extremely favorable for humanity.
The Future of Food is by Paul S. Crouch, coauthor of “Frozen, Inedible, Delicious.”
The book is about a family who is trying to keep their farm alive through a crisis of global hunger.
Crop yields are declining due to global warming and the resulting effects on global food production.
A family in an alternate world has a way to ensure their crops remain viable in this time of famine, and that the crop has not been eaten.
“Future of Food: The First 10 Years” is the first book in a series, entitled “Future Food: What Will It Take?”
The book covers a wide variety of topics related to food security and food security for the United States.
This book will look into the coming years, including what the government can do to assist those who are already struggling.
The author of the book, Peter Crouch is the founder and CEO of the food security advocacy organization, the Food Trust.
The First World: What is the Future of Humanity?
is the fourth book in the series.
It’s written by author Peter S. J. Jaspers, who has written about the end stages of global warming for many years.
The Fourth World: The Future We Are Looking For by Robert Cialdini, coeditor of “Future World: An Alternative History.”
It’s the story that will guide the next decade in terms of what the next century will look like, with the endgame in mind.
The final book, the “Future Earth,” is set in 2025, which is a world in which humans have become less reliant on the use of fossil fuels and have become much more energy efficient.
This new technology will allow the world to continue living in harmony with the natural world and the planet as a whole.
“Our Future” will cover the year 2026, the year in which humanity is expected to reach the next technological revolution, called the Industrial Revolution.
The authors of this book are Tom Hoey and Christopher J. O. Smith, coauthors of “Sustainable Society,” “Beyond Limits,” and “Future Climate.”
“The New Earth” by John Sock, cofounder and CEO, the nonprofit organization, “Beyond the Limits.”
It looks at the future with an eye toward the next three billion years, a period when humans are expected to expand their global footprint and create a new earth.
This future will be much different than our current one, with humanity moving away from our home planet to a planet where we have a global consciousness, the idea that there is no limit to what we can accomplish.
The new Earth will also have a radically different climate than our present one, which means that life on the planet will continue to thrive and expand.
“Beyond Earth” is not a book about a particular issue, but rather