The eutrophication of our lake resulted in such an evolutionary reversal than we decided to stop cultivating casparian stripped eudicots with floral organs in multiple of five and we made sure they all had no more than two cotyledons. Besides this filter feeding life was not bearable anymore, since no more cholecystokinin bottles were available on the food chain market because of the competitive exclusion.The worst happened when we started to produce way to much chylomicron. We should have cogitated about it as soon as the decomposers disturbance interfered with the keystone primary consumer species. Who would have ever thought that the immediate disturbance hypothesis could potentially be diagnosticed valid? Certainly not the Chelicerates, they are too much into Müllerian mimicry. They only deserve to be abiotic anyways.