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Creative Writing: The Gruhanis and Their Planet Gruhan Essay

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Gruhan, a planet 12.78x10^7 km far from Earth. The Gruhanis are the most advanced civilization in technology, and second most powerful planet next to Earth among all the other planets.
Gruhanis want to make Gruhan the superpower of all the planets. Although human are the second most advanced civilization in technology, they are more advanced in thoughts, emotions, literature, music, art, and all aspects of life.

Gruhanis are basically high technology robots with brain which is 9^10 times advanced than humans. They are filled with some artificial emotions as well. They look like human, and reproduces themselves in a labratory. The Institution of Planets(IOP) ranked Earth the most powerful planet by observing human high intellectual ability.
To be the superpower Gruhanis basically have to understand human emotions, and become more superior to them. To do that they are kidnapping random people from Earth, and testing them.

A door opened by the password of a human eye. Ten serious looking old man entered the room. There is a white round table in the middle of the room. These ten people are the most powerful brains of Earth at this point. These serious people become more frustrated when they can not find the solution to a problem. The name of the present problem is a 16 year old girl Emily.

“Trying? What do you mean by trying? Did you find Emily or not?” Mr. Jonathon, the Head of Science Academy shouted at the serious faced people of the round table.

''Sir, cool down. Do not forget that, your daughter was not kidnapped just by any ordinary criminal of Earth. She was kidnapped by the Gruhanis. All the scientists of science academy from all categories are working to find your daughter,'' said one of the serious old me...


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... will come with you to Earth, and will stay at you place. I have some work in Earth."

Emily said,"Oh! That is the reason you want to take me back. Okay. I will show you how beautiful our Earth is. It will be a fun trip. Lets go."

The wind of the spaceship blowing the plants of Earth. The stairs of the spaceship touched Earth ground. Emily came down, and discovered the spaceship is heading back with Genem.

“Genem! Genem! Come down. Where are you going?” Emily shouted helplessly.
Genem looked at her, and waved bye. Genem could not leave Gruhan for Emily. He has to stay in Gruhan. Otherwise Gruhanis will terminate both of them. Suddenly, Genem saw water in his eyes. He understood what Emily meant by sadness or emotions. He discovered what human emotions are all about. Will he pass his knowledge to other Gruhanis? Will he make Gruhan more powerful than Earth?


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