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    I'm not really sure that the lack of wind was the issue. First of all, they'd just be sitting in a boat, not exactly fatal. Secondly, the OP refers to something that was hurting them in some way:

    'to prevent the problem from aggravating further. After two days, the problem ceased to bother them'

    A lack of wind may be annoying, but certainly not fatal or hurtful or aggravating...the wording in the OP suggests that if they had not been working tirelessly, the problem would have gotten worse. Again, of lack of wind can't really get "worse."
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    You know, this would be a lot more fun if you would at least suggest what the purpose of this might be. There are a million possibilities, even just using the drowning and boat theory. We could be guessing for the next ten years.
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    You it wasn't a boat leak. Therefore it had to be something else. How about this...they going up a river, they had to wait 2 days for the water level in the locks to change.
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    Were they in danger of drowning in a lake, or in an ocean?
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    They remembered the jet packs they had on their backs, so they turned them on and flew to land!
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    Or maybe they swam to an iceburg?
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    They were traveling down a river...then they got to the red/dead (can't remember which) sea where they floated because of the salt content so they didn't have to worry about drowning anymore.
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    Ok, so is this the correct answer or not?
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    You have to admit though...the scenario with them being babies on their way out does fit all your requirements really well!

    We'll keep guessing.
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    I like this answer!
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    My other thought too, is that people don't usually name sperm or zygotes. Since these humans are named, they would have to be babies.
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    You said they were "pretty much human" and that's not the same as fully functional humans. Which is it? And babies are fully functional humans.
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    I thought of the sperm too, but the op said that they were both alive at the end...if they had been 2 sperm, when the first one implanted, the other would have died, so that's not possible. Thus, fraternal twins on their way out!

    edit: ok, you edited your post before I got my reply in...yeah, it could be either way!
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    They were infants traveling through the mother's womb. After 2 days they were born!
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    Were Jack and Jill children?
    Were Jack and Jill adults?
    Were Jack and Jill starving?
    Were they thirsty?
    Were they tired?
    Were they lost?
    Were they attacked by insects?
    Were they attacked by animals?
    Were they in a desert?
    Were they in a jungle?
    Were they on a mountain?
    Were they in a city?
    Were they a couple?
    Were they friends?
    Were they vegetable, mineral, or animal? (lol)
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