"The future ain't what it used to be."

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creedo299

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Say if there is a postulate saying that human beings, are a kind-of grown cash crop for near based either in space or Earth-held aliens to use.

At what point do you think that Earthbased humans should have a right to say that they are no longer such a crop, however free sentients and allowed to make their own decisions?
 
The moment that we can make an effective weapon against our alien overlords, theres no point of

showing them that were self aware if we can't fight back.

But if we were a food source, t'wouldn't we notice bunchs of people dissapereing constantly?

What if were just backups, and the alien have just copied out genetic code and are just cloning

humans for food, and where here in case of a shortage?
 
Wow, what a concept. Scarey science fiction, you should write a short story.

The Appropriateness of Chance is Astounding
Persephone

"There are great ideas undiscovered, breakthroughs available to those who can remove one of truth's protective layers" by Neil Armstrong
 
already been done, to a point, persephone. Actually, it's been done twice as far as I know...

1. The Twilight Zone: To Serve Man - a story of aliens that show up, promising the good life and everything, and it all turns up to be a grand scheme to capture and eat us all! I've seen better Twilight Zone episodes, but I remember this one.

2. Signs - I think we all know this story.

No, Im not a Twilight Zone buff, I just saw this one once
 
thanks i'll think about it, who knows maybe i'll become a famous writer and then a saviour to our race once my books become the reality?
 
sarcasm can be a tricky thing

If you were being sarcastic, I don't mean to tear down your ideas. Im a screenwriter in my spare time, and now what it's like to have an idea struck down.

If you want to write, go fot it!
 
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