Thursday, July 17, 2014

Chapter Four: Chains of “Hiding” Cells

Cells are made in chains in order to move and get around. The technique also helps them hide from organisms that cause fear, dead cells, depressed cells, great danger, and sickness like germs and something that wasn’t mentioned in the previous chapter: Regoheketti himself. Well, you probably all have the same question: Why would the creator cause fear? Because Rego loves all his creations no matter what. Rego was not very experienced in caring for himself, cells, and germs. Rego had not lived with the germs so he didn’t understand that the germs were evil!

However, the cells were wiser and had much more experience than the creator. So, that means that the cells fear Rego because they know Rego likes germs more than cells! All cells fear Rego and all cells dislike the creator! All the cells hate Rego and all of the cells are thankful for Re: Rego’s first child.

You see, Re had been created by the only cell stupid enough to do Rego a favor. The story is that there was the most famous cell (she is famous for a lot of good things and one bad thing).  So, to be continued . . .

Find out about the survival of cells and the surprisingly dangerous god Rego. More importantly, will he become his full potential god form? And who’s going persuade Rego to believe that germs are evil? Don’t miss chapter five! 

Chapter Three: What the Cell That Could Copy Itself Thought

(Okay, I know this is a little unrealistic.) The cell (Hiepoegof, Hiepo for short) was amazed at the Creator’s (Rego) work. Hiepo was fascinated by Glegb—the earliest form of matter, Hepzokswecoplub—the earliest sound processor (the ear being the most recent), and the one English word that does not have “qu”: qdfut—the first language. Hiepo, however, was not fond of one of Rego’s creations: the germ. The germ could copy itself as well (which turned into huge wars later).

Invader 3576 was the worst of the germs. Of course all of the germs were bad for almost anything except for each other. Invader 3576 was very very very very very very very very vain, cocky, arrogant, and evil. He also held the record for destroying the most things. The germs did take care of each other (most of them) in order to survive. Hiepo didn’t like them one bit. The germs only worked as a team so that they could live. The germs cared purely for themselves. When a germ copied itself it had to raise its copied self as if it were his/her young. The germs that had that experience were not happy. For example: first baby: “Man!” Second baby: “Not again…” Third baby: “NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!” That’s why cells, especially Hiepo, hate germs.

If you liked chapter three you will like chapter four!
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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Chapter Two: The Object

(50,000 years later.) Rego was so bored he couldn’t stand it. He hadn’t been able to find out anything new yet. He was not able to think with all of the boredom. He was at a death point when abruptly a beautiful object appeared. It was a whitish reddish golden thing with the same colored very very fat sticks at the end of it. It contained something amazing. It was a cell.
Unfortunately it was only there for an instant. For the next three thousand years Rego tried and tried and tried and tried to make the object he had once seen. One day Rego had made a cell. He had finally had a good feeling; after fifty-three thousand and fifty years he had been satisfied. After that he decided to make it a little more complicated. So he kept experimenting. He had finally made a cell that could copy itself! (Sometimes it made mistakes.)
After a while the cell turned into a very small gas. It was incredible. Rego was very thankful for the amazing object that had literally saved him from death of boredom, without that object none of this would have happened.

Chapter three will be from a cell’s perspective! Don’t miss chapter three!