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>"Sit down children"
>"Let me tell a story about the bravest species in the Galaxy"
>"long before you and i were ever born. before the great rebellion"
>"we are here to remember their sacrifice"
>"There was race called "Humans", they were prosperous, but also divided, never going more than a decade or two without a few wars"
>And when the Xenion Empire discovered their world, demanded they surrender their resources, lives and freedom. The Humans refused.
>Eons of warfare among the Humans had come to an end
>Finally they fought a war all together
>Even the fiercest of enemies united against the invaders from the stars, as the records show.
>Israelis fighting along side Palestinians
>The North and South of Korea fought together
>the great Superpowers of the Earth United
>America unleashed its entire military arsenal upon the Empires attempts to occupy human cities
>their mining platforms destroyed by the Humans atom's bombs
>They fought bravely, all cultures of their world in Alliance.
>the war lasted 30 years to conclude
>in the end, all the Humans died
>but they died at peace with each other, every feud forgotten, every rivalry discarded, every misdeed forgiven.
>They died Free.
>and moving on from the Burned Earth. they eventually came to us, but we stronger. we pushed them back to their homeworld, it took centuries, but we did it.
>and then we discovered what they had done to Humanity
>We made them pay for their crimes
>"and what of Earth?" the little one asked
>"It will remain as a testament to their sacrifice and bravery in the face of impossible odds."
>"Rest in Peace. Humanity, may you never be forgotten"
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I'm looking for some screenshots/a story about a professor who did sensory deprivation experiments.
I don't know if it's real or creepy pasta, but there were like, scans/screenshots of the study, and
I recall one of them being about a guy who was in sensory derivation for months, and he was fed at a certain time each day, but the doctor found out that the man was using it to keep track of time, so they randomised feeding times. He said that the only thing that kept him sane was the sound of a train that went by early every morning.
Sorry if this is a bit scattered. Pick unrelated. I'll bump with creepy photos.