852. The evolutionary track


Hudson was a mutation. He was the next step in the evolutionary ladder. His genes could change the direction of humanity.

He could make himself invisible.
He could run faster than any before.
He could decipher languages as if they were nursery rhymes.
He could solve a complex mathematical problem in the blink of an eye.
He could turn his x-ray vision on and off.
He could sniff the air like a dog and determine the whereabouts of a lost person or thing.
He was unbelievably handsome.

There were countless other things he could do. Some called him a freak, but he wasn’t; he was in a class of his own.

Unfortunately, he couldn’t make babies.

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12 thoughts on “852. The evolutionary track

    1. Bruce Goodman Post author

      Some of us (I am being inclusive!) don’t need to evolve further. Although (since I have NEVER been able to sit cross-legged on the ground even as a kid) I always claim my ability to lounge in an armchair as an evolutionary step!

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