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mk b
mk b
3 days ago

"River's End" really touched me, so I wrote a sequel of sorts. https://emlia.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=VeryDifferentPlaces.Tigris

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Jaskier Hegebner
Jaskier Hegebner
Nov 29, 2023

It reminds me of a short story "Awaria" [Malfunction] by renowned Polish writer Janusz A. Zajdel. How is it that many authors pick up the similar content independently? :)

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mk b
mk b
Apr 06
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I couldn't find it anywhere, could you provide a link to more information?

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a_lesiak
Jul 29, 2023

I believe Star Trek and The Orville had a concept like this. A giant ship in space that holds a wold full of humans, air, water, and vegetation. They go through generations on the ship and evolve.


This comic took it to a whole new level though. They had their wars, divides, and faults. But they lived far more peacefully and as humanoids as their Sun was still there. Along with a much happier ending. If they had their Sun disappear and wasn’t on track to hit a star ever, they could have ended up the same. Millions of years of struggling, adapting, and to what seems like a miserable way to live as what once was human at least.


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shane.d88
Jul 04, 2023

The Ending says it all, it's story of a Tapeworm who's host passed away.

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Lucas Leal
Lucas Leal
Jun 16, 2023

If we consider the Earth as a cohesive, non-conscious living entity, one could argue that humans have historically resembled parasites, feeding off its resources without engaging in a symbiotic relationship. We primarily took and exploited without fostering mutual benefits. However, Here we see a growing awareness among our species about the crucial role of Euphrades as a provider of life. This awareness presents an opportunity for gradual adaptation towards a mutual relationship, where we strive to cultivate symbiosis and acknowledge the importance of nurturing the planet/ship that essentially sustains us. Amazing job!

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