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An interesting scenario taking us beyond the present threat is contained in Noel Hodson’s novel, AD 2516 — After Global Warming (2005). In Hodson’s world, great storms abound, but the world is returning to calmer patterns, possibly because populations have declined.

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THE GUARDIAN

“The distinguished futurist Noel Hodson wrote AD 2516: After Global Warming (2005) – a bold venture, published of course in the US, where they really know how to do SF.”

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An interesting scenario taking us beyond this current threat is contained in Noel Hodson’s novel ‘AD 2516 – After Global Warming’ (2005). In Hodson’s world great storms abound, but the earth is returning to its calmer patterns, possibly because populations have declined. People have died, yet science survives: ‘Joe pointed down at the gleaming white structure in the middle of the ocean. It was a vast complex disc encircling a placid lagoon. The outside walls soared hundreds of feet into the air like castle ramparts, straight out of the grey-blue turbulent Atlantic […] the walls sported thousands of windows and storm-proof balconies, rising to dizzying towers and sculpted pinnacles. Everywhere, there were wind generators of all sizes, spinning in the relentless Atlantic breeze.

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