(c) 2019, by Pamela Schloesser Canepa
How would you know if you’ve met a Brinesian? Very few people know what Brinesians are, but I know, and I am willing to share. Take our English word, “brine.” It means something related to the sea. Therefore, I’ve named this species living under the sea “Brinesian.” This life form has intelligence to match or surpass humans.
What do you mean, where did I get that word? I myself have created that word to describe this species.
Brinesians are a deep sea species, so we’ve rarely seen them. However, plastic pollution is killing much of their way of life and survival. They are able to take on a human form. Still, you want to be aware when you’ve come across one. They are very curious about us and might want to take some of us back home. After all, they may have to adapt to be able to live like us, out of the water. I have a suspicion that they come to camp out for a time in the air and go back when they need the seawater again. Maybe they can take more air in time. Right now, with humans relaxed and vacationing, is a great time for them to camp out here.
Should we be concerned? Yes. Have you even been listening?
Why are they green? Well, I’ve only seen one, but I surmise that they are green based on their surroundings, but they’re only green when they are out here, on land. After all, seeweed is green. Don’t be fooled into believing it is a sickly human. That’s what they want. We will see them more and more. I tell you, they are camping out as we speak, taking in our way of life.
**Transcript of Dr. Vincent Millispen’s last speech to the delegation on Science and Evolution before being forced to resign.
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