The Seventh Day
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An archaeological discovery in Montana holds the clue to the end of life as we know it. With scientists around the world struggling to find an antidote for a deadly gene mutation, the Catholic Church is presented with an opportunity to prove they are the one true religion. Can religion and science come together to save the human race? Humanity faces its greatest challenge. One person has the answer. One corporation controls its fate. One organization sees an opportunity. One question remains: Who will control humanity’s destiny?
talking about. He hesitated, remembering Gordon’s instructions, but the urge to share his discovery was overwhelming and he suddenly realized that of all the people in the lab, Sara was the person that he trusted the most. “I’ll fill you in, but you have to know that this information is strictly confidential. Gordon doesn’t even know about this yet and there could be some consequences if it gets out. Do I have your word that you won’t share this with anyone?” “James, you can count on me. Not a
mother of a reptile,” he said with a smile. “So if you’re right, this will be one for the books?” Gillian replied. “I would say so. Now keep at it, so we can prove it.” Matt stood up and brushed the sand off his jeans. Calling his crew over, Matt and Gillian climbed out of the pit and handed the dig over to younger eyes and knees. The wind picked up and the smell of ozone floated through the air, signaling rain. The sky deepened to an ashen grey, while the clouds puffed up, getting ready to
our findings so far,” Dr. Salter said attempting to finalize actions. “Our research shows that we have approximately a year between the beginning and its final realization, but we are not completely sure on the time line.” Heads nodded. “It may be different for each individual but we are confident that within 18 months the full effects are fulfilled. Therefore time is of the essence, to use an overused statement. Every minute saves hundreds of lives. “That we intend to distribute the antidote
someone starts with those words. Before you start, do I really need to know?” “I don’t know if you really need to know, but I need to tell someone.” “James, what the hell are you talking about?” “Well, after I had that discussion with Gordon, the one I told you about, I decided that something had to be done - something that probably only I could do.” “Do you mean discovering a way to stop this mutant gene? “No, something else.” “Ok, James, let’s stop this guessing game. Would you just tell
some money along the way.” James paused to consider this before he spoke. “I don’t really care about money John. As you said, let’s forget about the past.” “Unfortunately for you, James, I know I said that, but what I meant was that I will let you forget your past. I will remember it.” “Leaving me where?” asked James. “Leaving you in a position we would describe in the States as between a rock and a hard place.” Bringing the coffee cup to his dry lips, James swallowed the last of the