(urth) Short Sun notes: Remora.

Marc Aramini marcaramini at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 9 18:15:39 PDT 2013

I still think them pretending to be human in their mating ritual is just ontogeny recapitulating phylogeny.  Even though the inhumi are a debased branch (heh heh) that cannot maintain sentience without original humans, they  are still a vestigial remnant of people; just divergent evolution. 

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On Oct 7, 2013, at 2:37 PM, "Brian" <brian at studiobl.com> wrote:

> ...it's not that humans, being lower than Neighbors, are more capable of dealing with Inhumi in a "smash and bash" way.  If the Neighbors thought humans more capable, it would be through treating them with kindness, ala Silk, creating a generation of kinder, gentler Inhumi.
> Lee Berman wrote: 
> My interpretation is that humans are baser animals than Neigbhors and are thus more equipped
> to resist infection by Inhumi. SilkHorn beats Jahlee to death. Other groups bury the Inhumi 
> alive etc.  Perhaps The Neighbors were unable to perpetrate such violent atrocities against their parasitic enemies and were forced to escape to another plane of existence.  They were unable to 
> deal with the Inhumi here in the material world, as humans are at least partially able to do.
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