Due to the fact I have an uncommon zest for life, I've decided that living slightly past 100 feet of water is in order. I will accept 98 of these feet to be with unaided mobility, no vertebral propulsion present and lower than average cognitive function for a jelly-something. The final two, it's okay if everything goes to hell just to cross the water column line. My top three steps to get where I want to be (in no particular order):
Refrain from use of ALL skeletal structures
Sexual management - Study and practice well above some crappy pupal 'we care about our jellyfish' 4 week course
Live with intense propulsion
No clear male roles at least 3 generations back
Not sure if long-term jet propulsion is conducive to the whole mobility at 90 feet <<< looks at sperm whale
Suggestions? Think genetics makes the final call? Anyone who makes it to 100 feet with me, I'll buy some protozoa.... or a starfish.... or whatever you buy each other at that time.