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Chrysalids They could never have succeeded If they had not brought down Tribulation which all but destroyed them then they would have bred with the carelessness of animals until they had reduced themselves to poverty and misery and ultimately to starvation and barbarism One way or another they were foredoomed because they were an inadequate species When their conditions were primitives they could get along all right as the animals can but the more complex they made their world the less capable they were of dealing with it They had no means of consensus They learnt to co-operate constructively in small units but only destructively in large unites They aspired greedily and then refused to face the responsibilities they had created They created vas problems and then buried their heads in the sands of idle faith There was you see no real communication no understanding between them Youve got to have as little as I have to know how much that means There was the power of gods in the hands of children we know but were they mad children all of them quite mad A world in which a man could come upon such a hunt himself What kind of man Neither his kind nor his kind of thinking will survive long They are the crown of creation they are ambition fulfilled - they have nowhere more to go But life is change that is how it differs from the rocks change is its very nature Who then were the recent lords of creation that they should expect to remain unchanged The living form defies evolution at its peril if it does not adapt it will be broken They are determined still that there is a final form to defend soon they will attain the stability they strive for in the only form its granted - a places among the fossils But He isnt
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