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The Sear

It’s been 283 days since the last Sear. That one was the third, and damn, it was bad.

Not sure if anyone will ever see this note, but in the off chance that humanity survives this thing, I want someone to know we tried. My God, we really tried to survive.

It’s presently May 25, 2025. The first Sear happened in 2022, but hardly anybody noticed. As far as anyone cared, it was an unusually hot summer. Hurricanes…

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Kevin King

“The first step to achieving the impossible is to believe in its possibility.” I write short pieces to inform, inspire, and hopefully teach a fast-paced world.