CO2 is NOT the climate control knob
Interesting. Chatter on the IBWO thread at BirdForum has gone silent for nearly a week. The last thing discussed was Bevier's web site, and none of the TBs even attempted to address it.Another failure of a field season and the most comprehensive debunking of the Luneau video yet (incl. both plumage and flap rate). They TBs must be feeling the heat.
Can anyone PROVE that the Loch Ness Monster does not exist?There have been SCORES of sightings. Sure, skeptics may have debunked some of them, but if even one of these sightings was legit the Loch Ness Monster is real.There are many parts of Loch Ness that have not been thoroughly searched. The population is likely very low (one or two Monsters per Loch in some estimations) making the search even more difficult.The lake is very deep and very cold with lots of leeches and scary stuff in there (maybe)so there are likely some Monsters lurking there somewhere.Monsters have ALWAYS been difficult to see.All the unwary Monsters were killed years ago, leaving only the most wary ones left.Monsters spend MOST of there time under water, no wonder we can't find them!Skeptics OVERESTIMATE their own expertise and knowledge, and greatly UNDERESTIMATE the will of The Monster to survive.I have seen MANY otters, and I have NEVER seen one swim like that.Sure, you can't see all the field marks of the Loch Ness Monster in the recent video. It's all in the jizz.No proof? Right, there's no proof if you choose to ignore all the reports from credible witnesses, and all the film and all the photos! And of course the tantalizing slither marks.Think it's easy finding the Loch Ness Monster, do you? Try getting out there and searching yourself rather than criticizing from behind your safe keyboard!People are just imagining it you say? Can you explain then why no one reports dragons and other such beasts? Where there's smoke, there's fire.
LOL, 11:23 anon!Too funny.
Anonymous 11:23 AM: You forgot the last paragraph:"Please give to our Loch Ness Monster Foundation so that we may continue our vital work finding and saving this noble create."
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