'An Hypothesis About Sharks' seemed too long and tortuous. Besides, a prediction of one of the ideas (aircraft wing idea) is the other (asymmetrical tail idea) and so one could at a pinch argue that the hypothesis has thus been tested and made the vault to theoryhood.
One snag, though, is that the usual theory taught about aircraft wings is wrong, but one thing at a time, eh?
This one was a swine to edit. For some reason, my editing package disapproved of the special effects and ate them, and refused to save the project. I had greater ambitions for the effects. On the other hand, I'm not sure that the talk might not have been better without them.
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