Loch Ness Monster Hypothesis

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Introduction Have you heard about the large reptile swimming in the dark, deep waters of Loch Ness? Many people question the existence of the Loch Ness Monster. Although, there are some non-believers in the world, evidence proves that Nessie is real. Evidence #1 Many theories have been brought to our attention to explain the supposed sightings of the Loch Ness Monster. Recently, a theory by Luigi Piccardi went viral. His theory is that earthquakes could be a possible explanation for the splashes seen in sightings of Nessie. When scientists went to investigate this theory with records, they discovered the earthquakes are usually a magnitude of no more than 3 or 4. This is not “strong enough to send the lake water shivering”(Barber). Also, when they checked the dates of the larger quakes, they didn’t match up with recorded sightings. Since, there is no solid evidence that she is fake than Nessie is out there. Evidence #2 Many expeditions have been launched to locate or find evidence for or against the existence of the Loch Ness Monster. Many of these trips have ended up empty handed. Recently a group of scientists dug up an old creature…show more content…
Their theory is we are “seeing what we believe”(O’Meara). This however, may be possible, but science can’t explain everything. If this was true why are there “more than 3,000 eyewitness accounts”(O’Meara). In fact, scottish authorities recently have been keeping a piece of evidence hinting the Loch Ness Monster may be real, from the public. A couple of college students found a 4-inch barbed tooth in “a mutilated deer carcass in March”(“What the Scottish Authorities Don 't Want You to Know About Nessie”). The authorities confiscated the tooth in fear of what might occur if the public knew about it. Therefore, if the authorities had to hide a tooth in fear of what it may be from (like the Loch Ness Monster), isn’t that proof she’s is out

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