Tag Archives: Aliens

Saving the World

Urglaudoo regretted his reports about Humans after staying a month in Mauritius. The island population was ethnically mixed, and living comfortably together. The hotel owner and her four-year old joined him. “This is Pina,” said Adonya, smiling. “Someday she’ll save … Continue reading

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Unnecessary Testing

The alien research vessel cruised in stealth mode above Earth. Harypht zoomed the cameras into the zone of the tragedy. He could see a little girl holding a sign that read, “Love.” Once again, the alien doubted his work. “The … Continue reading

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Two Can Play

The war with the alien Aphrileans ended thirty years before, though they and Humans still hated each other. This loathing manifested in non-violent ways. Humanity’s Sheppard building, the tallest in all Human space, was destroyed during the war. The Aphrileans … Continue reading

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Propagating Idiocy

The spaceship landed in Oregon forests. Phelanth engaged the stealth fields, and the ship suddenly looked a camping tent. “Is that necessary?” said Phelanth’s wife, Aphaeria. “We Ipinians look like humans.” “Wow!” enthused their son, Egron, staring outside. “Trees! I … Continue reading

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Those Devious Humans

Hyperspace has many levels. The “deeper” you travel in hyperspace the faster you travel. This dominated alien warship design, always striving to go deeper, thus faster. The alien Intralagi, helping Earth to oppose the G’Alin, shared their crudest hyperspace technology … Continue reading

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Class Project

Aliens were no longer unusual. They visited Earth’s touristy spots as much as anyone. If aliens visited Earth previously, then traveled elsewhere faster/at/near the speed of light, they experienced far less time passing than Earthers. This Time Dilation effect produced … Continue reading

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Garden Gnomes Are Everywhere

Gerrold’s Gnome Emporium rested beside the highway in Southwestern Montana. The remote location was beautiful, but business was slow. Gerrold wanted to increase sales. He started importing exotic sculptures from everywhere. Susan loved the Emporium. She skipped her way through … Continue reading

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