There was once a dying planet, in dire need of a new place to continue on.
The inhabitants, humans, believed such a feat to be impossible, but like many impossible things, like electricity and life, it happened anyway.
Many people moved to this artificial galaxy, evolving into their own life forms and creating their own homes, their own lives, their own art. These worlds became whole other planets, separate from their Mother Earth.
However, many humans refused to leave Earth, and stayed on their dying planet in ferocious obstinacy. As humans on other worlds developed key traits to survive in these new places, the Earthbound humans refused to evolve.
And one day, a nuclear bomb tested at just the right spot caused the Earth to finally reach its limit. Buildings across the globe, collapsed. Radiation spread faster than wildfires in a desert. The earth had died. And still, humans, through resiliency or fear, refused to leave. They built underground bunkers, lined with lead to keep out the air. They developed a cure for radiation poisoning. They survived.
But those living on other worlds didn't know this. They told legends of Earth's end. They cautioned their children; "beware of your pride and your stubbornness, for this is what will follow."
Until one day, the end came for their galaxy as well. Earthquakes ruptured their artificial planets down to their core, and the population was forced to evacuate.
Everyone was loaded onto ships, destined for another planet. Anywhere but here; only prolonging the inevitable end. For one by one, each planet would die, unless something was done about it.
Little did they know, that answer would be found on a planet that everyone thought was barren and dead.
Mother Earth, the key to their destruction, also holds the key to their survival.
For stubbornness and resiliency come with strength and determination. With refusal to change comes the ability to fight.
And with willingness to leave, comes willingness to adapt to whatever may come next.
Only through fusing these two separate ideologies can their Worlds be saved.