There was no longer any response from any of the other science outposts. The computers had modeled the potential effects of the gravitational shift quite accurately.
Oblivion had already claimed everyone he'd ever known. It would come for him as well. The waves that normally crashed against the base of the stone walls had risen nearly twenty meters since dawn.
Jasak did not begrudge the method of his demise. He'd loved the sea since he was a boy. To lie down forever in its embrace seemed fitting. He opened the door and stood on the walkway to answer Oblivion's call.