Why Post-Apocalyptic But NOT Dystopian? Part 2

Aworld where the majority of a generation died would not be able to support the specialist technologies, skills, or energy production required to maintain the present level of technology or our large cities. The urban population are interdependent specialists, reliant on an agricultural hinterland. That hinterland, in the case of mega-cities, is global. The highly… Continue reading Why Post-Apocalyptic But NOT Dystopian? Part 2

Why Post-Apocalyptic But NOT Dystopian? Part 1

Despite my pen name I am optimistic about the future and believe that people will find ways to live and thrive whatever happens. The vast majority of people aspire to a peaceful life and there is, innate in the human, a concept of justice, of fairness. This general outlook informs my view about any post-apocalyptic… Continue reading Why Post-Apocalyptic But NOT Dystopian? Part 1