It started when the Hubble space telescope was launched in 1990 and took and picture with its “Extreme Deep Field” images that one was developed showing a miraculous cluster of hundreds upon hundreds of galaxies. This made many people very excited and anxious as to what might be discovered in these corners of space.
In 2018, NASA launched its second telescope, the James Webb Space Telescope, or their abbreviation, JWST. JWST had a much farther reach and higher quality picture capabilities than Hubble ever had, and sure enough, it found something.
When the information that a new habitable galaxy, with three planets very similar to earth were found in the evidence JWST reported, people were beside themselves already starving for news that could be fed to them on the subject. Of course the government wasn’t going to release it. Other governments could get a hold of it and plan their own siege of the three planets. This could be dangerous, a threat, if you will. It took 12 long years and in 2030 it was finally named the Manus galaxy, or the hand in Latin.
With a project this large being so heavily funded by the government, projects like genetic splicing, cures for disease and higher caliber day to day technology was put on hold. It was then we found it was time to stop this.
It took us about four days to finish off every human being on earth. Why? They were going to take our galaxy, OUR three planets very similar to earth. We had been watching them far before they had been single celled organisms, sliding out of the primordial ooze they all were and slowing morphed into what they were when they were obliterated.
Sure enough though, we kept a few, they are nice enough to us and are some of the funnier looking animals in our zoos.
But for what it’s worth, we think they had a good run.