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On this the last sheaf of paper in my minute book I write a finishing entry a summerizational passage assembling the most momentous of happenings since the onset of radiation devastation Early on all material goods became scarce necessities were in high demand and it could take hour to get something as simple as milk Lieutenant Commander Peter Holmes who also lives in Melbourne with his wife and their daughter was called on assignment to go on board the USS Scorpion the only remaining naval submarine His commanding officer Commander Dwight Towers is an American and throughout the remainder of his life he is one of the people here who have much difficulty coping with the fact that not only are their families and friends all dead but that they too will be dead shortly The sub left port to search for traces of life be they vegetable animal or human but returned with no luck This although in my heart of hearts I knew as to be the case made me depressed but I picked my self back up again because I feel that there is no reason to live out my remaining days in depression until the sickness consumes me while everyone else in the world is either dead or dying The sub set out again to search for life along the California coast and to explore the possibility of a living person sending out a radio station from Seattle or what they think is Seattle anyway When they docked home again they were a crew member short as he had chosen to stay in his home town - to die among his family I suppose - and this was saddening but I was able to take it in stride more easily than the news that the radio signal had been nothing more than a broken transmitter That had been my last hope that the nightmare we were all living in was really
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