What can you say about the humans that has not already been spoken and said so loudly and so many times that it forever echoes across the dark of eternity.
The Humans came here eons ago as an experiment. Some of us thought it would be entertaining. Some swore it would develop into a legitimate laboratory trial, where we would reap much priceless data.
I, personally, felt that although it would be fun, in the end, we probably would learn a lot of information that could never have otherwise been obtained.
So the ‘Joke’, as we called it, was on. Where to begin? Of course a lovely planet was chosen. After that, it was only a matter of coming up with things these humans might need in the course of their existence. Food, water, shelter, even coverings for the bodies.
In the realm of food, we came up with some clever ideas from the boys over at Team Support. They’re the ones who first had the idea to create secondary forms of life that could serve as helpers and companions to the Humans, but also be used for clothing and food. Those boys in Team Support are ever working on trimming the fat and getting every penny’s worth. Everyone applauded the day cows were created.
We had a planet that could sustain life then. And we had a huge variety of life to place there, so without further adieu (committee meetings, studies, etc), we simply put the humans in the midst of it and turned them loose.
We dropped them off in the exact geographical center of the planet. There were a couple of reasons why this was done. We knew it would be an easy place to go back to for ourselves or any friends that might want to visit the place. Besides, I thought it was clever. And we had to drop them somewhere. The North Pole seemed appropriate but turned out to be too cold for normal life.
And so began the longest, most complicated experiment of the ages. Rules were changed in mid-stream, odd complications arose almost at once. Daily, there were the most peculiar fiascos to deal with. We had gotten our wish. An experiment that at once, took on a life of its own.
The Human Project was off at a leopard’s sprint. It was learning, growing, evolving.—all we could do was sit back and watch! It was dazzling…amazing! A phenomenal adventure. Who could have imagined?
Well, I could write volumes from many angles/levels/aspects on how the humans are doing. But this tidbit is enough for today. Till next time, remember to look yourself square in the mirror tonight and brag, “Hey Dude, you’re an integral part of the most extraordinary experiment ever attempted in this part of the Cosmos.”