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Evolving: The Human Effect and Why It Matters

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2013


    A lot better! Keep it up!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2013


    I loved it!!! Write more. &heart.

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    Posted June 23, 2013



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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2013

    Good sci-fi story.

    I wish I could write one like it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2013

    Evolved Chapter Two by Bree

    "What," I say dully.
    "Why arent you here at the SESF headquarters?" Glenn asks.
    SESF stands for Surviving Evolved Supernatural Forms. Its an organization that hosts the forms the Prominence wants to use. There, we can be safe.
    "Theres some sort of a crowd. Appearently, President Veridy found another Legacy. But he looks like he could be an SESF initiate. Look him up."
    "Tell me what he looks like."
    I take some binoculars out of my knaosack and press them against the ridge of my nose. "Brown hair, green eyes... Or is that blue?"
    I guess I wasnt fast enough because then Glenn tells me,"Let me see!" So I shrug and press a piercing on my ear (which Im not sure if I told you or not) that everyone gets at the age of three. You can get more than one piercing and it is connected to your brain.
    Glenn's holographic head comes from the piercings but he's facing the wrong way. I sigh and flip him the right way while he wrights something down and mumbles,"Shade 22 skin, N; breaker-4D...." I dont have a clue what he is talking about. When he's finished I dont even notice the dissapearing of the screen, and lie down on my stomach to listen to President Veridy.
    "Avril Tannings, we know youre here. 4.76 minutes ago, by Fry's Butchered Meats, we saw you running. But that isnt important. Now, say hello to the only other Legacy in the world, Dylan. And he actually admitted it! Haha!"
    I gasp. Thats dangerous to admit. But it cant be true. Im the ONLY Legacy in the Domain. So no need to worry... I think.

    But I have a flashback. Of a boy with purple hair and green eyes but with a same face talking to me on a roof in 1962 in NYC.
    "I travel to so many muesems you could call me a timetraveler, remebering all the lives."
    "Oh really? I travel so mich looking for adreniline and being so close to dying that you could call me a dare de.vil. Or something bigger than that, I guess," I say back.

    But when Glenn calls back, Dylan is confirmed.
    "Avril, he has your blood type, B-323. And our records say that he's escaped death 62 times. And he even remembers what he did on the night of January 17th 1962 just like you. He has .7305 agility, which is close to your .7362 agility than anyone else's. And his heartbeat matches yours right now...
    "Avril, we need a rescue team that includes you to save the only other Legacy in the Domain. Avril, meet your match. Grab your wea.pons, cuz this is gonna get weird."

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    Posted November 6, 2012

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