EARTH 3250 - The Stories of the New World

Book Cover

SCI-FI

Future

Renato Guimaraes

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Logline

50 short stories provides a glimpse of Earth in the year of 3250, 1200 years after the end of the Tri-Centric Wars, when much of humanity has recovered from near extinction and is experiencing a technological utopia, while preparing to explore new frontiers outside the Solar System.

Genre

Sci-fi

Short Summary

The first short stories describe the routine of the New World, with space travel, the contamination of artificial intelligence's organic bodies by influenza virus and other aspects of life in this utopian world.


By the end of the book, the short stories begin to reveal how the debris of the ancient, pre-Tri Centric Wars, with mutant humans and other animal species, try to force through the protection fences of the New World, while a major new step, a space travel to an exoplanet is about to be revealed.

Setting

Multiple locations on Planet Earth, 1,200 years in the future.

Based on a True Story

No

Plot - Premise

Voyage and Return,Quest,Other

Plot - Other Elements

Meaningful Message,Philosophical Questions

Mature Audience Themes

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Main Character Details

Name: Human Entities

Age: 35-87

Gender: Male

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Adventurous,Heroic,Empathetic,Complex,Skillful,Visionary

Additional Character Details

Name: Artificial Intelligence Units

Age: No determined

Gender: Other

Role: Protagonist

Key Traits: Skillful,Sophisticated,Heroic,Decisive

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Development Pitch

Earth: 3250 is set against Planet Earth 1,200 years into the future. Humanity, or what is left of it after the Tri-Centric Wars, is experiencing a new renaissance, in which human beings and artificial intelligence units build a new sense of humanity, interconnected by a global neural network. The Solar System is already explored and the next challenge is to go further, reaching the first exoplanet, on the way to the stars. But the remnants of the ancient world insist on having their place in this utopia. Is it possible to move forward, forgetting who we were once? The structure of Terra: 3250, composed of 50 mini-stories, is perfect for developing a TV series in multiple chapters, in the best Star Trek style, that is, looking to the future, but at the same time building multiple connections with the current world and its dilemmas (climate change, pandemics, wars, prejudices and xenophobia). Now or in the future, with technology or not, physical or virtual bodies, humanity continues with its fundamental dilemma: what is our limit?

About The Author

Renato Guimarães is a Brazilian journalist and has spent much of his life working with civil society organizations, developing engagement opportunities in social impact projects and actions. More than that, he's passionate about writing from his childhood, and science fiction has always been among his predilections.

Target Audiences

Age: 18-34,35-54,55+

Target Gender: Universal

Group Specific

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Publishing Details

Status: Yes: self-published

Publisher: Self-Published

Year Published: 2018

Hard Copy Available

No

ISBN

978-1718031852