Andy S. Falkner: Life-Based Civilization

Science Fiction Story

Megalomaniacs and Gigantophobs, Volume 49, 2015

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Andy S. Falkner: Lebensbasierte Zivilisation

Mankind has built his civilization death-oriented: he started with stones, dry leaves and sticks; later he broke them from trees to kill his food. First, people wrapped themselves in the skin of dead animals against the cold, and then they came across with the idea that they could be killed not only for their flesh but also for their fur. In the beginning, the holes and caves were enough to crawl in for the night, later their entrances were barricaded with stones, branches and felled tree trunks. Then they built their houses and cities from the same dead and killed material; he needed life almost exclusively for his food, but even that is about to change today: he produces more and more nourishment from the deep remains of dead creatures: out of crude oil, even if he further destroys, burns a very high percentage of it. Mankind has built his civilization death-based. Is it possible life-based?

Keywords: plant, animal, alien, autist, spaceship, planet, culture

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