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Mona Lisa on the Moon, The life and death of Mona Ann Lisa on the Moon, 32,000 years in the making by George B. (Fiction)

 
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The beings floated in the air.

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The sights within the enormous thing were amazing. It was extremely cold because the fluid was liquid methane and the crystalline structures or solids were Methane clathrate (CH4·5.75H2O) or (4CH4·23H2O), also called methane hydrate. The beings floated in the air.


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death, torture, forced labor, and slaughter beyond imagination.

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What Mona and Genesis observed was a section of the Torg, as this ship was named by the dominant sentient beings that called themselves the Tardigrades Federation.

This section of the Torg was empty but was capable of housing several billion lifeforms. The empty area had a desperate and mournful feel not unlike Mona had experienced in the Andromeda Galaxy. Genesis sensed also the desperation and additionally: death, torture, forced labor, and slaughter beyond imagination.

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How does one compromise with death?

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Mona now knew this was a very dangerous threat. They continued to survey this spaceship, the Torg, that housed a solar system within it. It was more than a Dyson Sphere, the resources and energy required to contain this was beyond comprehension.

All the time she was thinking, do you negotiate with evil, live with it, run from it or defeat it? How does one compromise with death?
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the destruction of the Torg would not be guaranteed.

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The Torg just by its mass could destroy other solar systems just by its vicinity. The GGF's Dyson Sphere now known as LeviathanIV was tiny by comparison.

Even if the Federation wanted to use LeviathanIV to sacrifice itself by ramming the Torg, the destruction of the Torg would not be guaranteed.
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The rulers of Torg showed no such reliance.

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Unlike the LeviathanIV which contained a red dwarf at its center the Torg had a massive star at its center. One could easily place the entire Sol solar system within the Torg with much room to spare.

The energy produced by the Torg's sun was captured and could be used in ways the GGF was just beginning to understand. Mona's present reaction was like she only had a few times in her illustrious career. She was overwhelmed and nauseous.

The GGF defeated the Vermin by attacking their dependence on Artificial Intelligence and the luck of overwhelming viral infections. The rulers of Torg showed no such reliance or viral susceptibility based on their lack of DNA as lifeforms in the GGF relied.

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couple of doses of rid shampoo then comb out the nits.
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LOL
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well, they kind of look like socially transmitted parasites.
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the kind you might get in a low budget bordello.
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once firmly established sickness and slow death usually follow. the infected happily spread the the parasite due to the pleasure involved in the act of passing the infection. not realizing the consequences till it is too late.
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in order for a parasite to thrive, it has to do several things. one of them is to have a high reproduction rate. another is to not kill the host too quickly. convincing the host that they need you to survive is the holy grail.
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wow! i think i just figured out the meaning of life. just kill me now. LOL
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She didn't know where to turn.

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Mona woke up first and left the quiet room immediately without comment. All she wanted to do was to talk to Harry and her children. She had not felt so down for over one hundred years. Was this it? Was this the end of the road? She was devastated.

She went to her quarters and fell on her couch, Harry and the kids were apparently on patrol and would not return for many hours to come. Mona had not had a vision for decades and thought that was past her. She didn't know where to turn. She got herself up and went to the nearest Chapel. She needed inspiration, ideas, a direction to go toward, anything.
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They do not conquer and assimilate.

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On leaving the Chapel Mona ordered a formal meeting of the Federation War Council. The meeting was to take place within 24 hours. Now, however, she went to meet with Kat, Sam1, Dr. Dearborn and the Sisters. She wanted their analysis before the full meeting of the GGF membership.

As she sat down they all were looking grim. As usual Mona turned to Moonbeam to summarize what they knew and what to expect.

Moonbeam summarized the situation.

1. We have a 99.9% understanding of the Torg Federation's language.
2. While the GGF controls 2,000 Galaxies the Torg controls twice that number.
3. The Torg intend an invasion of the GFF within 12 months.
4. As far as we know they are not aware of our capabilities or surveillance.
5. Within the 4,000 galaxies controlled by them all non-Torg Sentient life has been eliminated. They do not conquer and assimilate. They conquer and annihilate. Prisoners are captured and used as food, entertainment, or slaves until they starve or die from abuse.
6. The only species the Tardigrades tolerate, other than themselves, are a few Cephalopod like races who look like octopuses, squids and cuttlefish. They all breath the same methane rich environments.
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The LeviathanIV is now the only thing between the Torg and the first GGF galaxy in their sights

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Moonbeam continues: "the only weakness they have, as far as we can discern, is they concentrate all their population, military forces and resources within the Torg. This solar system sized vessel is everything.

They only have skeleton crews that remain in the far flung galaxies. They depopulate each galaxy one at a time and leave a fleet of probes manned by their Cephalopod slaves to guard their frontiers.

In their historical libraries no one has tried to take a Galaxy they have conquered in over 20,000 years.

The LeviathanIV is now the only thing between the Torg and the first GGF galaxy in their sights. We have one year to stop or delay their march to destruction."

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Even the use of giant artificial wormholes was thought to be useless against this enormous entity.

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Later the next day, the presentation continued at the War Council. Based on the Torg's actions and communication they had targeted the most populated solar system within the threatened galaxy.

Their strategy was to use the size and mass of the Torg vessel to disrupt and destroy the populated worlds and mop up the remnants to fill their slave markets and fill their soon to be depleted food stores.

Unless there was a weapon unknown to the GGF that could be used, little could be done. For once the Sisters were not confident of a strategy that could stop this simple assault.

Even the use of giant artificial wormholes was thought to be useless against this enormous entity.

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She decided to talk to the Torg and try some type of negotiation.

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After the War Council, Mona became more concerned though she did not telegraph her feelings. She had talked freely with Harry but withheld her deep depression with her children and other friends.

No one person had a solution. She had the most brilliant minds in 2,000 Galaxies and billions of years of military history at her disposal. If there were countermeasures she was not aware of what they were.

She decided to talk to the Torg and try some type of negotiation. Another thought was to try to destroy their command and control center and steering mechanisms. However, they were totally decentralized, there was no single control center or leadership. They were a collective of independent minds with a single evil intent.
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The question is, what message is the right message?

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Mona decided it was time to confront the Torg with a message and demonstration of defiance.

Since color was their language she decided to create the largest light show possible. The Sisters arranged an enormous pyrotechnical show that would be initiated within the Torg vessel itself.

The components for the visual display were to be quantum leaped to be seen in multiple locations throughout the encapsulated solar system. The question is, what message is the right message?

Would threats work, would promise of cooperation work? Mona had much to consider.

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One and only one response: "We do not negotiate with food or excrement!"

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The speech: We are the Greater Galactic Federation and will defend our frontiers from your incursions. We know your language, your behavior and history. While we do not wish to engage in war, we are prepared to do so. We offer a path of negotiation instead of armed conflict. The choice is now yours.

One and only one response: "We do not negotiate with food or excrement!"
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An evacuation of the first solar system affected was being considered.

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Mona and the War Council expected a tepid response but this was beyond even their negative expectations. Since the GGF had a year before the first major attack, they hoped for some breakthrough to help their collective dilemma.

An evacuation of the first solar system affected was being considered. Mona and the entire ShadowLand members were rotating continually within the Torg to uncover anything that might be helpful.
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Mona shouts, "Oh my God, Yes!"

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Mona was alone and with her thoughts. She prayed for some insight or solution but so far all she got was silence.

Mona then decided to spend some one-on-one time with Genesis and asked her to meet her in one of the biospheres.

Genesis was very pleased to spend some private time with her Aunt and rushed to meet her on the rain forest overlook.

Genesis ask: "Aunt Mona, thank you for spending time with me, is there something I can do to help?"

Mona states: "many, many years ago I routinely would have visions and vivid dreams that helped me solve major problems. It has been years since I experienced such events. Have you experienced anything like this yourself."

Genesis responded: "funny you should ask, I have been having a recurring vivid dream about some type of strange creature that lives within the atmosphere of what appears to be a star. This has happened several times and I can make no sense of it. Do you know what it might mean?"

Mona shouts, "Oh my God, Yes!"

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There was a real possibility the Torg could be defeated!

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Mona grabbed Genesis, picked up the petite girl, and swings her around in a bear hug.

Mona immediately asked the Sisters, Sam1, Harry, Kat, Chaos and Destiny to meet her and their daughter in the Sisters' Laboratory immediately.

Once in the lab, Mona was about to bust into laughter. She had Genesis repeat her story and most of the assembled group immediately understood.

There was a real possibility the Torg could be defeated! There was hope!

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Mona presented this history:

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The ultimate goal of the organism is to produce a super nova.

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These explosively distributed spores have to find their way to an asteroid and become encased in minerals that are on an asteroid with sufficient water and or volcanic activity to become encapsulated in geodes or nodules and aged for eons.

Once sufficiently aged the geode impregnated asteroid must crash into just the right size star.

Then and only then if conditions were just right the geodes rupture before being totally destroyed and the organisms start to feed and grow until they again produce the spores.

In summation these StarKillers consume hydrogen by converting it into helium through nuclear fusion, and if there are enough of them within a star, these organism may dramatically quickens the star's death. There are three possible outcomes for the star whose core becomes a stellar remnant: a white dwarf, a neutron star, or if it is sufficiently massive a black hole. However, the ultimate goal of the organism is to produce a super nova.

We think the Lionids feel they can change a process taking billions of years into one that takes just a few decades or less."
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