rsilva444: Have you read those Kim Stanley Robinson books I mentioned in my LJ?
rsilva444: If I get the first one I'll let you know how it is. (More end-of-world! more fun!)
GaanEden: Thanks hon.
rsilva444: No problem. I've got this programming in the back of my head that immediately makes me think of you when I see anything apocalyptic. :-)
GaanEden: You know, you're not the only one and I really like it.
rsilva444: We're like your little armageddon-scouts. :-)
GaanEden: Oh, that's just too cool! I may have to blog that.
GaanEden: Excellent eschatologists!
GaanEden: Eden's eschatologists?
GaanEden: Thanks for making me smile. I've been moping over the whole jury duty thing. Though, I wonder if I should be worried that I'm happy that people think of me when they see anything apocalyptic.
rsilva444: Have you read "Moonseed" by Stephen Baxter?
rsilva444: That one has a rather unique mechanism for doing in the Earth.
rsilva444: Samples of moon-rock are found to contain alien nanobots that eat bedrock.
GaanEden: I like it. You know, maybe I should just have people send me their favorite End of the World novels.
rsilva444: *tries to think of any more I have lying around*
GaanEden: Hehehe. That would be cool.