Synthetic Genetics, Living Past 100 Years…No Longer SCIFI…Circa 3000AD By Hank Curci SCIFI

Synthetic Genetics..The Human Being Is Extinct.


By 2150AD All Human Life Is Converted To Synthetic Genetics.

Sickness Death Physical Deformity Are Unheard Of.

Life As In The 21st Century Is Gone Forever.


Click On Picture To Preview Hank Curci’s Futuristic SCIFI Thriller..Circa 3000AD.




In “ROMAN HONEYMOON, CIRCA 3000AD”, we find that by the year 2150 tiny robotic stem cells  are shot into the human body to repair failing internal organs like heart, kidneys, liver etc.

Even at this writing, researchers have begun to produce the first robotic nano probes to help the human immune systems repair worn out body parts.

This process is so successful, as Hank Curci projects in the above Roman Honeymoon story, that all natural human body parts are totally replaced by the year 2200 with synthetic parts.

This give rise to a generation of non-human Androids thus stopping human evolution producing SELF INDUCED EXTINCTION.

Further, Hank Sees this synthetic genetics gene splice engineering continuing until the only thing left is an electronic chip the size of your thumbnail being serviced by an attending computer mainframe.

This chip is more powerful than the natural human brain and can generate multiple virtual thought processes at nanosecond speeds from data supplied by traveling nano space ships roaming the vast Milky Way Galaxy.

This gives all life’s experiences to be virtual from transmitted information through time compression worm holes that exceed the speed of light.

Log on to the following link to preview Hank’s popular short story:

“Roman Honeymoon, Circa 3000AD”





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