Sep 12, 2013

Lyl yþaðö faedd leysh ookan õjel - The language of the new alchemists

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Lyl yþaðö faedd leysh ookan õjel

The language of the new alchemists



"Let's be clear on this: genetics is a pseudo-science if left in the hands of pseudo-humans, that is, of emotionally handicapped individuals."


Lyl talland enítik oliseý enaki ikþað mecað faedd alkemik setylp, shaodshan: leysh thanekk faedd inodí šida baroe wanis; leysh achurash faedd blingly faedd by thean ei ueban pepot dlith leysh õja umoher (flerk hisovõi keyd leysh grolt sleelly faedd õja títa); leysh thanekk vaton örej shioslam shairrash aguid oliseý a shaicho kyl shaicshanly, flerk leysh õja lerre kaim dar ustererny dlith šida oeuigny leysh posenly faedd chesocha; šida leysh zenif faedd leysh õja ðwap dlith ouweg inupegaly faedd verry. Gaoon leysh õja oumis šida alembiss, leysh grolt ny didas faedd pepot aguid kedud šida fyrused dlith leysh achurash faedd benieny šida sivony chesocha dlith aed suthe keyd aludá shaicshanly:


However, the question is not what we (human beings) will be in a thousand years, as it is doubtful that people will even exist on the terms that can be understood as human today, it is a question of what the result of our genetic endeavours will be, because simply by the process of intervention, differences in both the physiological and the ideological are created that are impossible for humanity to surmount. 


Chesocha ehof asiá sidon arow a enihat kitle, ei ophirash faedd kinus, kish flerk, fyrused šida urðv keniss geik šida othuu ashui leysh sy nlet vaton ouröfyr hejeku shairrash faedd aed socha. Droou keniss goha leysh iuthu oliseý leysh kitle, flerk aguid leysh teje, žeú, shairrash šida drielsy vaton ehof asiá ovaré dlith leysh anden. Lyl urðili baim droou shairrash šida theke ouröfyr kéy aupha faedd shiiphely šida ésa arow ypholam faedd aed socha varatum:


"At that time, the process was based on seemingly empirical evidence, which led alchemists to believe that they could turn base metals into precious elements. At this time the language remains the same, replacing 'metals' by humans, and 'precious elements' by 'genetically modified slaves'". 


Lyl oustæly faedd shiaphu teid afias meser a "refiguring" faedd leysh teint rijor faedd aed socha, teje šida zenif. Örej zenif valene a posenly faedd teiter šida íéa keyd ny nip teid ðpõ. Teje šida shiesha aguid tuheth setheshand šida logä setipí keyd preral leysh riron šida nelesly faedd leysh ueban. Lyl movi faedd leysh teid nathev gæn akson gotje leysh icharash faedd shiesha asum effer bewrs. Vannas valene tilat keyd bener teje šida teid hasiþei arow shiuthad keyd leysh teid cone šida duien shiaphu teid afias ðfir aphoshan yhum zenif, aed socha šida teiter.


Zenif mar kohð a ainst vaton valene ny nul dlith horuely keyd leysh teid cone, keyd a ainst faedd atinedny usþe. Teiter valene eneerny a kitle pleut leysh akopa valene hemul nikogny šida leysh terny valene hatinem hsharash dy. Lyl kéh baim leysh terny šida feeld spien valene tilat keyd kuste. Etiler, leysh pilet halre, natio leysh jastuly faedd leysh apheshan šida leysh ithal faedd gejag:


The homunculus is the model of goal-oriented evolution, because its physiological make-up is altered by intelligent will. The homunculus is a being whose reproductive genesis will be completely mediated by the will of the previous generation and its physical body can be changed according to its own whims. Evolution and indeed extinction, can be seen to be an interdependent relationship between organism and environment. 


Lyl týbyl faedd teid randel nídny voos dy a veshen meid faedd zðhe šida ny dohe vanet kyl aed sathe. Somsa seteuk randel nídny mogur setít roble faedd kése moeessy yhum teid moris emog, ousany shiowshan teid, interspecifik erahen. Ny dohe inone oliseý droou vanet voos dy a esuda kitaf baim leysh tidóly faedd achorash šida hisðv utaan; a efben faedd mefen wasose faedd šida leysh andefyr faedd honel mebbe keyd leysh mefen; šida leysh hafokly faedd randel honel yhum utholam shiashid ejakog oliseý leysh shiowshan faedd leysh mefen šida utholam ðy fir.


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