There’s a disturbing lack of human sacrifice going on, I think I might slowly raise the planet’s temperature until they resume.

There’s a disturbing lack of human sacrifice going on, I think I might slowly raise the planet’s temperature until they resume.

September 22, 2021 Climate Change

I mean, they just keep trying to do it and it just gets more and more bizarre…

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“… for it can be seen that Fate has reserved something especially awful for our friend Enkidu…””Or at least for me.”—H.G. Wells

The world’s population was 1 billion when the flood was unleashed. (That’s about 5 times the size of Australia.) The survivors are scattered all over the planet, and the only humans on the planet are scattered in groups of at least two.

In an attempt to make their existence bearable, humanity has bred “clones,” which are essentially the same species, but with different DNA that makes them stronger and/or smarter.

Unfortunately, the clones are the last humans. The original humans are completely, completely, completely extinct.

That is the setting for the upcoming “I Am Legend.” The clones are the last surviving humans on Earth. There are no native species on the planet, and the planet is a sterile wasteland. They have to rely on each other, and they rely on each other more and more as the story goes on. (As far as I can tell, they don’t seem to have a real civilization; it’s not like the Clik, or anything like that. But they’re not on the brink of extinction. The whole world is an island, with the last people living off the last natural resources.)

There are a couple of new breeds out there. They’re called “Weradians.”

They’re basically humans, but with four arms. They have a single set of lungs, so it’s hard to do things that require much in the way of coordination. They’re also pretty short.

Weradians are the best soldiers in the world, due to the fact that they’re basically just genetically bred humans. (Though they also have a few advantages due to their being able to speak the same language as humans, and that most humans won’t bother them if they don’t want to be killed.) But the “Weradians” in the movie are basically just a regular “Weradian” with a really long and really sharp sword.

“Weradians” are supposed to be the best fighters, with the biggest hearts.

They’re pretty much completely useless on the battlefield.

Weradians are supposed to be the smartest, but they’re not as intelligent as humans. They have a more direct, logical thinking style. (But you can make a Weradian smarter by letting it learn a human’s language; then they can think more like humans.)

Anyway, they’re pretty much the most human of the human clones.

They have two distinct populations: the Weradians from Australia, and the Weradians from London.

The Londoners seem to be a lot stronger, but the Australians don’t seem to be that different. (And I don’t think they’ll be fighting with long swords, at least.)

Weradians from Australia aren’t allowed to kill people. They can’t touch a “natural” human unless they’re in a dire emergency. “Natural” humans can’t touch them unless they’re in a life-threatening situation. (If they kill a human, their parents will be killed.)

In fact, they’re kind of afraid of them.

Anyway, I just wrote the basic premise, I hope you like it.

It’s a little bit different from the other books, because it’s not going to be a zombie or vampire apocalypse story.

A few things you might find interesting:

  1. They’ll need to eat, and they’ll need to find food. It won’t be easy, because all the other animals have been wiped out. (And there are only a couple of species of food animals left.)
  2. The first food they find is a kind of rat.
  3. They’re all “unborn” at the beginning of the story.
  4. They’re just a bunch of cells floating around in a test tube in the middle of a war zone.
  5. They’re pretty much helpless. There’s no way they can defend themselves. They have a certain level of coordination. (For example, they can’t shoot weapons.) They’re more like a bunch of animals on a bunch of different islands in the middle of nowhere. So they’re completely helpless against the enemy.
  6. They have a certain level of intelligence. They can speak a language. They can think. They can read. They can write. (Though they don’t have much of an education, because they weren’t allowed to have books.)
  7. They’re very territorial. (They can’t stand for other people in their territory.) So when the enemy comes to kill them, they’ll have to be careful.
  8. They can’t take the chance of letting themselves be killed without a fight. (Not quite sure if this is mentioned)
  9. They have a very limited amount of time to find a new planet to live on. They can’t go through the trouble of building up civilization on a new planet. It’s too much work.
  10. They’ll need a new planet. (A new species of plant or animal to eat.)

Anyway, that’s the basic premise.

I think they’re going to be pretty interesting. It will definitely be very different from the other books.

The world’s population was 1 billion when the flood was unleashed. (That’s about 5 times the size of Australia.) The survivors are scattered all over the planet, and the only humans on the planet are scattered in groups of at least two.

In an attempt to make their existence bearable, humanity has bred “clones,” which are essentially the same species, but with different DNA that makes them stronger and/or smarter.

Unfortunately, the clones are the last humans. The original humans are completely, completely, completely extinct.

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