"Disclaimer: Don't associate with humans. The results are quite corrosive."
Chapter 1: "What's this thing you call life?"
Let's start with facts:
It was a fact known to only a handful of earthlings that, despite humans sheer audacity in believing that this entirety of this awe inducing universe was nothing but a mere canvas for them to stare at and consisting of nothing but a number of gaseous celestial objects, was in fact heavily populated by an enormous amount of creatures in all manners of shape and size.
To accurately peg the massiveness of space and it's inhabitants and what humans were in relationship to it, the following test is suggested:
a- Place a coin in a street.
b- Go to a neighbouring skyscraper.
c- Go the roof of the skyscraper.
d- Look at the coin in the street.
Humans were that invisible.
Invisible was not to be noticed by anything.
Despite all arguments made in this topic (and they were plentiful and they were all good), and the multitude of examples to p