2150 Total Integration by Michael Gray

A cryo scientist, trapped in his own invention, is found alive 130 years later and becomes humanity's leader and saviour.

Mika Gerey, a cryogenic scientist, is buried in his newly developed cryo chamber during a 21st century super storm. He's found by 22nd century archaeologists and revived with considerably advanced medical science.

His dream of being born in the future becomes a reality. He quickly adapts but struggles with his new friend's ambition to exploit technology in the human body as he visualises the destruction of humanity and other galactic species as the end result. He finds new love, she's beautiful and she's 22nd century!

Humans achieve deep space travel and become visible to friendly and aggressive species. Mika's psychology retains primitive instincts which he employs, along with 2150 science, to defeat attacks upon Earth. His leadership is seen as humanity's saviour and he's made world leader. His imagination takes humans out into the galaxy to become members of the Galactic Seniors Partnership.

Technical science makes humans invulnerable, which again draws the interest of the 'Gohdamma'. Meeting this species reveals they are the originators of human evolution. Their revelations shatter fundamental beliefs and they once again leave humanity in awe of their knowledge and power.

  • Classification: Moderate
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  • First submitted July 30, 2009
  • Last updated July 30, 2009
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  • tecmic's avatar
    tecmic Author wrote 1 year, 4 months ago
    [QUOTE] Dear Michael, With 2150 Total Integration you have achieved a perfect balance between the technical details of scientific developments and a gripping story with interesting characters. This is what I think good science fiction should be like. The plot is well placed and starts with, global warming, a topic of current interest, and continues with plenty of unexpected twists and turns that keep the reader hooked. The characters are well built and generate sympathy and admiration, especially Mika and ...
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    Sophekles wrote 1 year, 4 months ago
    Dear Michael, With 2150 Total Integration you have achieved a perfect balance between the technical details of scientific developments and a gripping story with interesting characters. This is what I think good science fiction should be like. The plot is well placed and starts with, global warming, a topic of current interest, and continues with plenty of unexpected twists and turns that keep the reader hooked. The characters are well built and generate sympathy and admiration, especially Mika and Jodi. ...
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  • Retired user
    Sophekles wrote 1 year, 4 months ago
    Dear Michael, With 2150 Total Integration you have achieved a perfect balance between the technical details of scientific developments and a gripping story with interesting characters. This is what I think good science fiction should be like. The plot is well placed and starts with, global warming, a topic of current interest, and continues with plenty of unexpected twists and turns that keep the reader hooked. The characters are well built and generate sympathy and admiration, especially Mika and Jodi. ...
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  • Retired user
    Sophekles wrote 1 year, 4 months ago
    Dear Michael, With 2150 Total Integration you have achieved a perfect balance between the technical details of scientific developments and a gripping story with interesting characters. This is what I think good science fiction should be like. The plot is well placed and starts with, global warming, a topic of current interest, and continues with plenty of unexpected twists and turns that keep the reader hooked. The characters are well built and generate sympathy and admiration, especially Mika and Jodi. ...
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  • Jared M. Park's avatar
    Jared M. Park wrote 1 year, 4 months ago

    Really good opening chapter. The premise of the book is great and I think you have a promising story here. High marks from me.

  • tecmic's avatar
    tecmic Author wrote 1 year, 5 months ago
    [QUOTE] “2150 Total Integration” is a powerful hard-science-fiction story mixed of first contact elements. First of all, I thoroughly enjoyed the world you have created and your vision of the future. It is obvious that you put a lot of thought in details, both at the technological level (everything is made from intelligent materials and controlled by AI’s, teleportation seems to be the main way of traveling, including between Earth and Moon, etc) and at the social level (how can ...
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    Andreea Daia wrote 1 year, 5 months ago
    “2150 Total Integration” is a powerful hard-science-fiction story mixed of first contact elements. First of all, I thoroughly enjoyed the world you have created and your vision of the future. It is obvious that you put a lot of thought in details, both at the technological level (everything is made from intelligent materials and controlled by AI’s, teleportation seems to be the main way of traveling, including between Earth and Moon, etc) and at the social level (how can a ...
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    Seringapatam wrote 2 years ago

    Michael, Not normally what I read in fact i stay away from normally, but this felt real and full. a very complete book. I liked the work you have put into this before you started writing and how you transferred that to the script. A great book, so well done. High Score.
    Please consider me for a read or watch list wont you. Many thanks. Sean Connolly. British Army on the rampage. (B.A.O.R)

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    fictionguy8 [Retired] wrote 2 years, 6 months ago
    Good flowing barrative with enough clever dialogue to sail through the first chapter. Occasionally wise, but told in a down to earth manner so that it keeps the reader within its own world. My only [problem is that he sounds like a high school teenage in the first two paragraphs. Although movies are now doing that to their main characters, so don't listen to me. I will go bakc and read more. But for now, I read enough to give ...
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  • Tod Schneider's avatar
    Tod Schneider wrote 2 years, 8 months ago
    This is excellent sci fi, or I should say Sci Fi with capitals, as it does truly deliver some interesting scientific developments -- no space opera here! You deliver what sci fi fans come looking for -- ideas. Nicely done! I only made a few critique notes on chapter one, nothing major, but here they are: This exchange was a little confusing -- I read it as contradictory, and had to re-read it a few times to see what you ...
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  • tecmic's avatar
    tecmic Author wrote 3 years ago
    [QUOTE] TOTAL INTEGRATION Wow. What a great idea for a story. My neighbor was talking just yesterday about doing this so when I read the pitch, I downloaded it immediately to learn more how it works. And not only discovered how it works, but a good story about it as well. Mika is a good main character; the bewilderment he feels at discovering “shapers” and brain implants rings true. The research you’ve done to describe what the future will be ...
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    Wanttobeawriter [Retired] wrote 3 years ago
    TOTAL INTEGRATION Wow. What a great idea for a story. My neighbor was talking just yesterday about doing this so when I read the pitch, I downloaded it immediately to learn more how it works. And not only discovered how it works, but a good story about it as well. Mika is a good main character; the bewilderment he feels at discovering “shapers” and brain implants rings true. The research you’ve done to describe what the future will be like ...
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  • Neville's avatar
    Neville wrote 3 years, 3 months ago
    2150 Total Integration. By Michael Gray. This is a good,well thought out Sci-Fi story. It comes up with things you dont expect which keeps the reader guessing, at least it did for me. To think what the future has to offer over 130 yrs and more ahead, takes some imagination. You certainly have a talent for this kind of story and have written it so well. I think your efforts will be rewarded... Love the book cover! I've given a ...
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    Mach100 wrote 3 years, 8 months ago
    Hello Michael, I really like your whole concept - the foul weather (personally I think the whole global warming hype is a load of horse) which was credible and the future setting is equally believable even though I think we might go the other way and lose everything like previous civilisations have done. Couldn’t find faults in first two chapters but I will be reading and commenting more. I hope that you will rate and comment on one or more ...
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    mdws77 wrote 3 years, 9 months ago

    I have just finished reading your entire book and I did like the way you were able to keep my attention. While I don't agree with some of your conclusions and philisophy, I did like the way you presented the subjects. There are some minor punctuation issues that made it a little hard to follow who was saying what at times, but overall this book was a very good read.

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    Gareth N wrote 3 years, 11 months ago
    SF42 - I've read the opening chapter and will return later to read more. Initial comments are - This chapter is brimming with a lot of excellent ideas about the changes to technology over the time Mika has been in stasis. I like the fact you've thought about the social and economic changes of new inventions. The pace of the plot slows somewhat in the second half of the first chapter as you introduce all these new technologies to us. ...
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    alex [Retired] wrote 4 years ago

    I have added this to my watchlist. I think its a great premise well executed and I look forward to reading more chapters.

  • Billy Young's avatar
    Billy Young wrote 4 years, 1 month ago
    After reading the first chapter I have some minor issues with the story so far. If the lab complex is built into the side of a mountain then would a super storm be a real threat to it? If you were to describe the base more and have most of it above ground and only the main lab below then this would negate this problem. I also felt that you moved onto the future to quickly before you had fully ...
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    Kenneth Edward Lim wrote 4 years, 1 month ago
    Michael, "2150 Total Integration" is an intellectually stimulating piece diifficult to put down. What it does is open up a realm of possibilities the human ken is capable of and that very fact is where the attraction lies. I followed Mika's progress as a human transplanted into a future world, and he in turn. through lucid prose from a first person POV and just as informative a dialogue with Jodi, fed me information not in my normal diet. Thank you ...
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