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Postby Legendary Elite » Sun Apr 15, 2007 1:43 pm

Actually, you may have a point there. The place would loose its title and be changed back to its original name called "Strawberry Lake". Still I think the public has a right to know.
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Postby TyrannoTitan » Mon Apr 16, 2007 2:13 am

Uhhh....The monster was named after the lake, not the other way around.

I believe that Nessie is real. I believe the Chupacabra is real too. I really don't care if others think its stupid because, unless they drain Loch Ness, I don't care.
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Postby Legendary Elite » Mon Apr 16, 2007 4:40 am

No, it was once called Strawberry Lake before there was reported sightings of the monster.
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Postby mega raptor » Mon Apr 16, 2007 10:46 am

Tyrannosaurus Titanus wrote:I believe that Nessie is real.


Then please, explain...

...Why have we yet to find a body, or fossils, or anything of any one of these things? Nessie is supposedly a Plesiosaur, which means she needs to come up for air, so why don't we see it more often? Why don't we occasionally find a body washed up on the shore-after all, carcasses tend to float, and it should be washed onto the beach by the current. And how do a family of these things survive on the fish in Loch Ness? And Plesiosaurs were cold blooded, they needed to live in warm, tropical locations, but Loch Ness's water are only about 42 degrees Farenheit. And, I must ask, how did one of these things survive from the Age of Dinosaurs, 65 million years ago, to live in Loch Ness?
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Postby Legendary Elite » Mon Apr 16, 2007 11:34 am

Once I have seen actual proof that an enormous prehistoric sea reptile actually lives in the Loch, then I'll know it actually exists. Except for the one in the Simpsons episode that is captured and put in Mr Burns Casino as a Manager (ah that episode is good!).

Yeah, need more evidence. Plus if it did live this long, did it even have children?
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Postby Doc 42 » Mon Apr 16, 2007 4:47 pm

I respect peoples right to belive he/she/it/transvisteite/other/??? exists and I also respect others right to not belive. I certainly dont respect ordering someone to deny their belif beacuse of lack of "proof"
I have no problem with debate, but dont take it too far lads.
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Postby Legendary Elite » Tue Apr 17, 2007 1:29 am

Of course not, I'm just saying that next time you see something that looks like Nessie, you might need to backup your evidence a bit.
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Postby Shade » Sun May 24, 2009 8:57 pm

I believe in Cryptozoology. Nessie, Bigfoot, ghosts, UFOs (a little iffy), but otherwise I believe in all that. Btw, there have been reasons why they haven't found credible proof on Nessie. 1. There are underwater caves in the Loch, making suitable hiding places for it/her/him. 2. Because of the some sort of rock content from the mountains around the lake, if it died it would sink to the bottom instead of floating to the surface. 3. It's abundant with fish, so if it's a carnivore or omnivore it would have plenty to eat so it woudn't have to rise to the surface for long periods of time.

Well anyways here's a video that actually looks very convincing:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-Q-IwUijoc

Now tell me people, does that look like a big eel or a stergin to you!?
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Postby C S » Sun May 24, 2009 9:06 pm

I saw that movie

its CGI. the movie was a mocumentry called Incident on lochness
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