Characters from The Alien Pioneers

Becky Marshal
A spacecraft landed in the desert of Arizona. My friends at school were scared. The bullies were saying, “Cool… they are finely here to get rid of all you scared weaklings.”
I was one of those scared weaklings they were talking about. I was watching the news and keeping informed about what was really happening. These aliens were not saying much, but to reassure us that they were our friends. My Mom and Dad were saying that they do not mean us any harm. Over the next few weeks, I listened, learned, and finally decided they did not want to harm us.
I was interested in finding out all I could about them. There are three kinds, three different sizes. The Animusles are the smallest, and they do not say much. The Lentusnues talked about how they wanted to work with us humans. They said that they wanted to co-live with the human society. The Pollexues are the big ones, and they are scary looking.
After a couple of years, I learned more about the Micallic Aliens. The Animusles stay together in the Alaskan compound that they put up themselves. There are many Lentusnues with different communities. They do not always agree.
The Pollexues are made of two main groups. One group is very structured; the other group expresses itself freely. I do not know much about the Animusles, but that the scientists are trying to learn from them. The Micallic aliens have joined the United States workforce without much governmental intervention.
People question why the United States government is letting these aliens work and live among us freely. The official government statement does not satisfy a number of the United States citizens. These Micallic aliens have made a number of agreements with the United States government. I think the agreements are to be used to prevent misunderstanding or unwarranted actions to be taken.
The Lentusnues are helping us by offering cheaper food sources for the poor. The Pollexues are helping the cities and bridges to be built faster and cheaper. There is a lot of upheaval about them taking jobs from the American citizens. I think these Micallics came to help us be ready to join the intergalactic community.

Students Papers

Animusle Technology
The Animusles have technology that they will not share with human scientists. They have shared their Blue Star Power with us, but they oversee how we use it. Animusles have helped us explore our solar system with light speed Space Jets. They have faster spacecraft than these, but they do not want us to travel to other solar systems.
Animusles have a bio-dome in the tundra of Alaska, and they helped the Lentusnues with their bio-dome in the desert of Australia. If the Animusles have such technology, why couldn’t they have stayed on their planet in a bio-dome? They are helping us create bio-domes on the Moon and Mars.
Going by what the Animusles have said, the Sun in the Micallics solar system is too unstable. They say that they had to travel a great distance to reach our planet. Why did they need to travel so far, if the Animusles can construct a bio-dome in the harshest conditions on Earth?
The Animusle technologies are superior to ours in so many ways. They have biotechnology to help the Lentusnues grow their farms on land that is known to us to be devoid of all nourishments. Using this biotechnology, the Pollexues grow fruit in the desert, of all places. I want to know why these Micallics chose a fruitful planet such as Earth when they did not need to.

The Big Pollexues
Pollexues are very big and have big families in the south. People say that these communities are helping to stop the overgrowth of snakes and iguanas, but what happens when there are no more? We have learned to throw back the small fish, but who is going to tell a Pollexue to stop killing the young iguana? Will we be able to control these Pollexues?
The Pollexue help us at our factories and loading docks, but some say they are taking jobs from hard working Americans. What will happen when these Pollexues stop helping us? The Animusles made an agreement that no Micallic will hurt a human. What happens when we depend on them and they are not dependable? I feel the Pollexues are becoming too big a part of our lives.
The Pollexues have become entertainers, factory workers, contractors, and farmers, and they are a big part of our lives. What are we going to do if these Pollexues are not as helpful? Will they ask for more from us? My parents say that they do not like the idea of looking to others to help us, but we do it every day. The government makes us pay taxes for its help, so it can keep us safe. How will the Pollexues tax us?

Lentusnues are just like us
The Lentusnue communities are like human communities with a family structure and business structure. The Lentusnue communities differ from one another, but there are human communities that are very different from one another also. I think the media has dramatized the differences in these communities.
Lentusnue children grow faster than human children do, so to compare how they raise their children to how humans raise their children is not a good viewpoint. In some Lentusnue communities, children go to a community center to learn a skill. Others learn these skills at their parent’s side as soon as they can walk.
Yes, some Lentusnue communities are eccentric and live their lives in ways that we humans do not understand, or do we? Humanity has been known to be eccentric at times. The Lentusnues are strong and have great endurance. Because of how they keep at it, they can seem to be too unconventional. Lentusnue are hard workers.
Compared to us humans, the Lentusnues that I have seen work harder than most humans I know. Every Lentusnue has a job, if it is just to watch readings on a device. They watch with purpose. After seeing how some Lentusnues work together, you see that they are smarter than you would think. They are entertainers, business men, factory workers, and farmers.
Lentusnue are the Micallic Aliens that are closest to the likeness of us humans. We are all earthlings now.

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