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31 December 2078 free pdf The moot questions which the author adds in this crucible are : Will the moral values of the younger generation ( Youngen- as author likes to call them in the book) will not change in the coming twenty or thirty years? Will the social networking sites not unite the Youngen for their cause and make them a force to reckon with? Will the older generation not be be pushed to the corner in the political arena? How will they react to this uncalled for show of indignation by the Youngen. Will the denizens of earth be able to thwart the onslaught of a cyber assault from other planets? Will the world be able to make a protective cyber shield around it? Will the developments in the field of medicine and gene mapping not give us a disease-free life . If yes, will we be able to conquer death? Since birth of a is an artificial process and not a natural one then why not death? If human being has the right to give birth why it does not have the right to die? If yes, then why voluntary death peacefully is no longer a taboo and has become an acceptable norm across the world. Will new technological inventions take over our lives one day?. Can death be made as blissful as birth of an infant in the family? To know what tomorrow may have for us in store read this gripping story of a man who is living in a society which has declared the maximum permissible age as 90 years for all its citizens. Every page , every chapter will take you away and further away from the reality of today and into a world beyond oblivion. A totally new world order which is just 60 years from now and if some of us are lucky may be still alive to witness it all.

About Mohinder Pal Singh

Mohinder Pal Singh is an alumni of St Xaviers College, Mumbai and IIFT, New Delhi. An Army officer by profession and an writer by passion Mohinder has authored two books You Can't Punch With a Thumb and Can you Stop the Gushing Stream? This book is his first work of fiction.

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Author : Mohinder Pal Singh
Publisher : Readworthy Publications Pvt Ltd
Data Published : 01 December 2012
ISBN : 9350181673
EAN : 9789350181676
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 136 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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