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Re: Loch Ness



Not only solid frozen...but the ice was moving and sculpting out the basin
to a depth of 800 feet.  What are the chances of something locked in a
moving mass of ice and staying in one piece?

---John Schneiderman (jschneiderman@revelation.unomaha.edu)


On Wed, 13 Jan 1999, Ric Carter wrote:

> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jessica <bcn@bcn.boulder.co.us>
> 
> >I think the idea that made the most sense to me was of the giant fish, 
> >or someone's over-active immagination. The idea of giant prehistoric 
> >life in the loch was neat but...there's hardly any evidence for it...
> 
> Especially as the Loch was frozen solid until rather recently.
> Unless one wishes to posit flash-frozen aquadinos miraculously
> revived when it thawed, but that'd be a bit much for even a
> cretinist to swallow.
> 
> >But still, the topic of extinct life surviving to today is 
> >interesting...
> 
> Extinct, yet surviving!  Miracle!
> 
>   Ric "cryptozoology is almost more fun than real biology" Carter
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