Greetings from Sesla,
I’m sitting at my desk, in beautiful downtown Kinkorx, while skimming through numerous back issues of The Visqaser Report. I found an article I wrote some time ago concerning the scientific communities opinion that, as a species, we evolved from the sea doxer. I hope you find this article interesting. Maybe this information will help you to understand us better.
The Visqaser Report, Who is Sesla and Who Are Her Coteries, is a monthly geological, historical, medical and science magazine. Dr. Krag Visqaser—MD and Dr. Qen Pytmor—PhD archeologists, started the monthly journal fifteen years ago, during their later retirement.
The article I wrote, that I would like to share with you is entitled:
Qashlet Laboratories Facilities—Dr. Rewqust; Insists Sesleans Evolved from the Sea Doxer
The Visqaser Report; An article by science columnist, J.A. Ireland
Recently, my esteemed colleagues and I interviewed Dr. Rewqust at the Qashlet Laboratories Facility in Guytic City. In attendance were Sygil Zeeg, Guytic City TV Science Editor; Ti Wopqir, Kinkorx TV Science Editor, and myself.
We discussed the genetic similarities between Sesleans and the sea doxer with the respected scientist. Due to Dr. Rewqust’s refusal, we were unable to address the very controversial, DNA genetic engineering experiments, or the other questionable research that the scientists at Qashlet Lab are working on.
Dr. Rewqust feels that the scientific evidence is irrefutable. He stated, “There are many genetic similarities between our species and the doxer. Sesleans have fair, leathery skin like many varieties of the doxer. All Sesleans feet have a fin-like look and structure that is similar to the doxer. We have a sharp row of bone in the entrance of our mouths like many of the doxers; although some species have fangs.
Their young hatch from eggs, as do ours.
Many species of doxer have a webbed dorsal fin that runs the entire length of its leathery body, but not all. Sesleans have the genetic remains of the dorsal fin running down our backs and the back of our legs. This partial dorsal fin is visible on many coteries, and is perhaps the strongest evidence of our genetic connection.
The evidence is overwhelming, even though many Sesleans do not like it. The genetic similarities strongly suggest the evolution. The mutations that occur because of doxer fever validate the genetic similarities as well. Frankly, I do not understand the controversy or the outrage.”
It would seem, Dr. Rewqust agrees with his colleagues that Sesleans are genetically similar to the sea doxer. However, he failed to prove the scientific theory that Sesleans are an evolved species, evolved directly from the doxer. That scientific theory remains just that – a theory. The theory also remains unaccepted in most circles—circles that are non-scientific.
Written by J.A. Ireland
I hope you find this article interesting, concerning a very controversial topic on Sesla—our evolution. I’m putting this report on my blog for your reading enjoyment and understanding.
Until we talk again.
May good fortune guide your path,