likes to make fun of cryptozoology, but there are strange creatures out there whose existence has not yet been confirmed by science
I do not know who or what is more monstrous. Smug skeptics cryptids and poor
me explain. After meeting with Debbie Martyr (Flora Fauna International Research and conservationist) 12 years ago on the observations of the apparent cryptid primates Pendekar Sumatran orangutan and, more recently, the ape expert Ian Redmond interviews in its investigation of sasquatch / big foot (with the support of David Attenborough and Jane Goodall), over the years, I acquired a fascination with primate cryptids. So I was eager to attend a recent conference in London Zoo Society entitled "Cryptozoology: Science or pseudoscience ?".
Henry Gee, editor of Nature research and to act as a cheerful, out of roadie dressed in dirty shirt and crocodile Ruby, chaired the event in which Dr. Michael Woodley, Charles Paxton and Darren Naish this data encryption.
Paxton recalled that the electrical atmospheric disturbances, such as goblins, elves and blue jets have been identified only in the 1980s and 1990s, when they were photographed. So far, anecdotal reports of flashes of light above the clouds have often been ignored. The scientists used to reject the accounts of the meteorites as paranormal fantasy and poured his contempt for the descriptions of eyewitnesses to the lucky survivors of the giant waves - until the satellite images of the 1990s confirmed its existence . The mountain gorilla is not supposed to exist by Western science until two were shot dead in 1902, and the bonobo has not been credited with being a single species until 1930. Over the past 20 years, 70 species of primates have recently been described, including Vietnam and the gibbon ape Bili, a subspecies of chimpanzees from the Democratic Republic of Congo. In 2009, Papua New Guinea crater produced by a species of cat-sized rat-haired, among other creatures were discovered.
In the era of satellites and robotic submarines, it is easy to assume, with a "been there done that" attitude, we know all there is to know on Earth. It is clear that nature is far from being fully understood by science, yet some skeptics insist on mocking scorn on almost everything outside of their immediate knowledge. With its inability to tolerate high systematic innovation that prevent open scientific debate, thinkers and people on the original raw with new fascinating information about the unknown species.The three speakers focused their statistical analysis of sea monsters, Paxton said he prefers the term cryptic monster. He also wanted to assure the public that "taxpayers are not afraid, no money spent on research in cryptography, scientists do in their free time." Speaking of Paxton noted that the conditions should be actively pursued and science must be amazing.
Naish addressed the "paradigm of prehistoric survival." Some 65 years ago during the Late Cretaceous, the coelacanth, the plesiosaur and many other species have disappeared from the fossil during an extinction of mass. However, in 1938 and again in 1999, two coelacanth species was discovered. The Lazarus survival, as the coelacanth gives confidence to suggest a long-necked plesiosaur survive something in our lakes and oceans. As a paleontologist Naish was able to explain how the bones of plesiosaurs could not move like a swan flexibility of movement often described in the reports of observation. But he believes it's a case of misclassification rather than a indication that there are sea monsters. We are reminded here of new Indonesian sharks and rays, and the two recently identified (1991/2002) species of beaked whales, living in a niche high seas: the sea and its people are barely understood
During the Q & A skeptical of an old joke: "Some people say they have seen aliens and even spoke with them!" The panel went through an awkward trying to adjust to this kind of mockery, while on the right track.
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