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There are two super powers in a cold war like"cold war" scenario. One side decided that nuclear war wasn't the only thing they could use to hurt their enemy. Nicknamed The Wheat Eater Virus, its use was (at first) to destroy the enemy's food supply, mainly Wheatwheat and rye, very quickly. The virus doses not harm humans nor animals in any way. So when the first wheat crop would start dying off, the climate would be blamed (like a cold snap or a heat wave). Before anyone could find out, it would be too late.

War broke out between the two nations; the virus that was now fully tested had no other side effects that were found. So the virus was released by a ballistic missile payload throughout the enemy's country. Both sides retaliated in the world war that followed and nuclear bombs were also dropped. A cease fireceasefire was called and the nation started to rebuild.

But a strange thing happened: plants all over the world started to die. Not much was known about it aat first, and it was blamed on the fallout from the bombs. In time it got worse and plants of all variety were dying (not just wheat). The panic started to set in when all the crops failed,failed; even the newly sown fields wouldn't yield anything. Animals were starving, people were starving and canedcanned food would only last for so long. An investigation led to a discovery—thediscovery — the Wheat Eater Virus had mutated and was now targeting all plant life (hinted that radiation did it). The forest, the desert, and even the sea all were affected by the newly named virus "Life Eater".

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The Life Eater virus had traits that made it both air and water borne. It would cause total cellular degeneration in the affected plants (the seeds as well) within two days onof first infection. The virus is very resistant, withstanding all biomes on earth (snow, desert and water). The virus uponUpon killing its host, the virus would spread via water and air molecules to affect even more hosts (if it could not find a host it would become dormant). The virus doesn't infect or harm humans or animals in any way. The virus can both live and move in the sea, so plants in the ocean are at risk as well. The world has just come out of a world war (nuclear bombs were used) so the infrastructure is damaged (labs were targets in the war) and attention is not set on looking for a virus. The virus had a few months to spread around the world without detection before it was put on the worlds watch list.

Question: could a virus like this, that just kills plants, end up killing us, or could we survive?

Hoping that I didn't write too much for this question. Just doing a short story and wanted to use a virus trait that hasn't been done before (I hope). As always, if you want any more detail don't hesitate to ask.

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(Story Plot)

There are two super powers in a cold war like scenario. One side decided that nuclear war wasn't the only thing they could use to hurt their enemy. Nicknamed The Wheat Eater Virus, its use was (at first) to destroy the enemy's food supply, mainly Wheat and rye very quickly. The virus doses not harm humans nor animals in any way. So when the first wheat crop would start dying off the climate would be blamed (like a cold snap or a heat wave). Before anyone could find out, it would be too late.

War broke out between the two nations; the virus that was now fully tested had no other side effects that were found. So the virus was released by a ballistic missile payload throughout the enemy's country. Both sides retaliated in the world war that followed and nuclear bombs were also dropped. A cease fire was called and the nation started to rebuild.

But a strange thing happened: plants all over the world started to die. Not much was known about it a first, and it was blamed on the fallout from the bombs. In time it got worse and plants of all variety were dying (not just wheat). The panic started to set in when all the crops failed, even the newly sown fields wouldn't yield anything. Animals were starving, people were starving and caned food would only last for so long. An investigation led to a discovery—the Wheat Eater Virus had mutated and was now targeting all plant life (hinted that radiation did it). The forest, the desert, and even the sea all were affected by the newly named virus "Life Eater".

(Info)

The Life Eater virus traits made it both air and water borne. It would cause total cellular degeneration in the affected plants (the seeds as well) within two days on first infection. The virus is very resistant, withstanding all biomes on earth (snow, desert and water). The virus upon killing its host would spread via water and air molecules to affect even more hosts (if it could not find a host it would become dormant). The virus doesn't infect or harm humans or animals in any way. The virus can both live and move in the sea so plants in the ocean are at risk as well. The world has just come out of a world war (nuclear bombs were used) so the infrastructure is damaged (labs were targets in the war) and attention is not set on looking for a virus. The virus had a few months to spread around the world without detection before it was put on the worlds watch list.

Question: could a virus like this, that just kills plants, end up killing us, or could we survive?

Hoping that I didn't write too much for this question. Just doing a short story and wanted to use a virus trait that hasn't been done before (I hope). As always, if you want any more detail don't hesitate to ask.

Skip to Info if you can't be bothered reading

(Story Plot)

There are two super powers in a "cold war" scenario. One side decided that nuclear war wasn't the only thing they could use to hurt their enemy. Nicknamed The Wheat Eater Virus, its use was (at first) to destroy the enemy's food supply, mainly wheat and rye, very quickly. The virus doses not harm humans nor animals in any way. So when the first wheat crop would start dying off, the climate would be blamed (like a cold snap or a heat wave). Before anyone could find out, it would be too late.

War broke out between the two nations; the virus that was now fully tested had no other side effects that were found. So the virus was released by a ballistic missile payload throughout the enemy's country. Both sides retaliated in the world war that followed and nuclear bombs were also dropped. A ceasefire was called and the nation started to rebuild.

But a strange thing happened: plants all over the world started to die. Not much was known about it at first, and it was blamed on the fallout from the bombs. In time it got worse and plants of all variety were dying (not just wheat). The panic started to set in when all the crops failed; even newly sown fields wouldn't yield anything. Animals were starving, people were starving and canned food would only last for so long. An investigation led to a discovery — the Wheat Eater Virus had mutated and was now targeting all plant life (hinted that radiation did it). The forest, the desert, and even the sea all were affected by the newly named virus "Life Eater".

(Info)

The Life Eater virus had traits that made it both air and water borne. It would cause total cellular degeneration in the affected plants (the seeds as well) within two days of first infection. The virus is very resistant, withstanding all biomes on earth (snow, desert and water). Upon killing its host, the virus would spread via water and air molecules to affect even more hosts (if it could not find a host it would become dormant). The virus doesn't infect or harm humans or animals in any way. The virus can both live and move in the sea, so plants in the ocean are at risk as well. The world has just come out of a world war (nuclear bombs were used) so the infrastructure is damaged (labs were targets in the war) and attention is not set on looking for a virus. The virus had a few months to spread around the world without detection before it was put on the worlds watch list.

Question: could a virus like this, that just kills plants, end up killing us, or could we survive?

Hoping that I didn't write too much for this question. Just doing a short story and wanted to use a virus trait that hasn't been done before (I hope). As always, if you want any more detail don't hesitate to ask.

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(Story Plot)

There are two super powers in a cold war like scenario. One side decided that nuclear war wasn't the only thing they could use to hurt their enemy. Nicknamed The Wheat Eater Virus, its use was (at first) to destroy the enemy's food supply, mainly Wheat and rye very quickly. The virus doses not harm humans nor animals in any way. So when the first wheat crop would start dying off the climate would be blamed (like a cold snap or a heat wave). Before anyone could find out, it would be too late.

War broke out between the two nations; the virus that was now fully tested had no other side effects that were found. So the virus was released by a ballistic missile payload throughout the enemy's country. Both sides retaliated in the world war that followed and nuclear bombs were also dropped. A cease fire was called and the nation started to rebuild.

But a strange thing happened: plants all over the world started to die. Not much was known about it a first, and it was blamed on the fallout from the bombs. In time it got worse and plants of all variety were dying (not just wheat). The panic started to set in when all the crops failed, even the newly sown fields wouldn't yield anything. Animals were starving, people were starving and caned food would only last for so long. An investigation led to a discovery - thediscovery—the Wheat Eater Virus had mutated and was now targeting all plant life (hinted that radiation did it). The forest, the desert, and even the sea all were affected by the newly named virus "Life Eater".

(Info)

The Life Eater virus traits made it both air and water borne. It would cause total cellular degeneration in the affected plants (the seeds as well) within two days on first infection. The virus is very resistant, withstanding all biomes on earth (snow, desert and water). The virus upon killing its host would spread via water and air molecules to affect even more hosts (if it could not find a host it would become dormant). The virus doesn't infect or harm humans or animals in anywayany way. The virus can both live and move in the sea so plants in the ocean are at risk as well. The world has just come out of a world war (nuclear bombs were used) so the infrastructure is damaged (labs were targets in the war) and attention is not set on looking for a virus. The virus had a few months to spread around the world without detection before it was put on the worlds watch list.

Question: could a virus like this, that just kills plants, end up killing us, or could we survive?

Hoping that I didn't write too much for this question. Just doing a short story and wanted to use a virus trait that hasn't been done before (I hope). As always, if you want any more detail don't hesitate to ask.

Skip to Info if you can't be bothered reading

(Story Plot)

There are two super powers in a cold war like scenario. One side decided that nuclear war wasn't the only thing they could use to hurt their enemy. Nicknamed The Wheat Eater Virus, its use was (at first) to destroy the enemy's food supply, mainly Wheat and rye very quickly. The virus doses not harm humans nor animals in any way. So when the first wheat crop would start dying off the climate would be blamed (like a cold snap or a heat wave). Before anyone could find out it would be too late.

War broke out between the two nations; the virus that was now fully tested had no other side effects that were found. So the virus was released by a ballistic missile payload throughout the enemy's country. Both sides retaliated in the world war that followed and nuclear bombs were also dropped. A cease fire was called and the nation started to rebuild.

But a strange thing happened: plants all over the world started to die. Not much was known about it a first and it was blamed on the fallout from the bombs. In time it got worse and plants of all variety were dying (not just wheat). The panic started to set in when all the crops failed, even the newly sown fields wouldn't yield anything. Animals were starving, people were starving and caned food would only last for so long. An investigation led to a discovery - the Wheat Eater Virus had mutated and was now targeting all plant life (hinted that radiation did it). The forest, the desert, and even the sea all were affected by the newly named virus "Life Eater".

(Info)

The Life Eater virus traits made it both air and water borne. It would cause total cellular degeneration in the affected plants (the seeds as well) within two days on first infection. The virus is very resistant, withstanding all biomes on earth (snow, desert and water). The virus upon killing its host would spread via water and air molecules to affect even more hosts (if it could not find a host it would become dormant). The virus doesn't infect or harm humans or animals in anyway. The virus can both live and move in the sea so plants in the ocean are at risk as well. The world has just come out of a world war (nuclear bombs were used) so the infrastructure is damaged (labs were targets in the war) and attention is not set on looking for a virus. The virus had a few months to spread around the world without detection before it was put on the worlds watch list.

Question: could a virus like this, that just kills plants, end up killing us, or could we survive?

Hoping that I didn't write too much for this question. Just doing a short story and wanted to use a virus trait that hasn't been done before (I hope). As always, if you want any more detail don't hesitate to ask.

Skip to Info if you can't be bothered reading

(Story Plot)

There are two super powers in a cold war like scenario. One side decided that nuclear war wasn't the only thing they could use to hurt their enemy. Nicknamed The Wheat Eater Virus, its use was (at first) to destroy the enemy's food supply, mainly Wheat and rye very quickly. The virus doses not harm humans nor animals in any way. So when the first wheat crop would start dying off the climate would be blamed (like a cold snap or a heat wave). Before anyone could find out, it would be too late.

War broke out between the two nations; the virus that was now fully tested had no other side effects that were found. So the virus was released by a ballistic missile payload throughout the enemy's country. Both sides retaliated in the world war that followed and nuclear bombs were also dropped. A cease fire was called and the nation started to rebuild.

But a strange thing happened: plants all over the world started to die. Not much was known about it a first, and it was blamed on the fallout from the bombs. In time it got worse and plants of all variety were dying (not just wheat). The panic started to set in when all the crops failed, even the newly sown fields wouldn't yield anything. Animals were starving, people were starving and caned food would only last for so long. An investigation led to a discovery—the Wheat Eater Virus had mutated and was now targeting all plant life (hinted that radiation did it). The forest, the desert, and even the sea all were affected by the newly named virus "Life Eater".

(Info)

The Life Eater virus traits made it both air and water borne. It would cause total cellular degeneration in the affected plants (the seeds as well) within two days on first infection. The virus is very resistant, withstanding all biomes on earth (snow, desert and water). The virus upon killing its host would spread via water and air molecules to affect even more hosts (if it could not find a host it would become dormant). The virus doesn't infect or harm humans or animals in any way. The virus can both live and move in the sea so plants in the ocean are at risk as well. The world has just come out of a world war (nuclear bombs were used) so the infrastructure is damaged (labs were targets in the war) and attention is not set on looking for a virus. The virus had a few months to spread around the world without detection before it was put on the worlds watch list.

Question: could a virus like this, that just kills plants, end up killing us, or could we survive?

Hoping that I didn't write too much for this question. Just doing a short story and wanted to use a virus trait that hasn't been done before (I hope). As always, if you want any more detail don't hesitate to ask.

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