I'm working on a post post-apocalyptic story involving societies forming on earth with a ever-present overcast sky. This is due to an upper-atomospheric "super storm" that is maintain by an outside force. Well Earth starts over being physically and communically seperated from its colonies and stations pocketed around the system because of said super storm. Which is a very destructive and obtrusive barrier, think jovian level all encompassing storm that only rages in the confines of the mesosphere leaving everything below rather peaceful.... Long story. Anyway the main stock of characters are born under a starless, sunless sky. As were thier parents and so forth for a good 700ish years. Society was a slate wiped clean by, again, an outside force. It starts to reemerge about 500 years ago prior to the story at hand, and... Long story. Anyway my real question involves the effect that this environment would have psychologically on a population of humans in a bronze era style future of swords and city states. And if anyone has any suggestions on the technicalities of an altered food chain, weather system, cosmological issues, whatever... all input is welcomed. I'm thinking about how unconsciously our ever present celestial bodies above effect us and our ingrained psyches. Then stripping that way.... Under the pretense that it had something to do with what we have started to become about 50,000 years ago. Basically with the sun comes the idea of I. Coupled with mind altering substances and the realization of forebearing death, well next thing you know we have cemetaries and libraries... Another long story..