is this nessie in the waters of loch ness ? we can rule out a boat because i have seen many boats on the web cam and the boats are bigger
than that and they are white not a silvery gray colour the first pic it looks like it is small possably just came out of the water the second is of it
swiming and looks a bit bigger wat do you think ?
Duh the Loch Ness is closed from the sea, so no sea access.
rules out the whale theory then. Could be a garbage bag or debris or some kind. However I never got the impression that the Loch was frequently
polluted place. So I guess you have yourself a Nessie sighting.
I guess I don't see it. I saved the picture, and zoomed in on the object in question, and it doesn't really look like anything. I don't think it
is nessie, because it lacks defining features, such as a head, neck, or body. I'm not sure WHAT it is, but I'm guessing it's NOT Nessie.
I use to have some belief that there was a chance Nessie might exist. The the Best evidence we had IMHO the surgeons photo was proven hoax The I
said we still have the Robert Rines obtained underwater (flipper) photo. Then that turned out to be airbrushed from the orginal
Then I gave up, all the evidence of just how small the Loch really is all the radar sweeps that turned up nothing and so much other evidence all added
up too much to deny.
I personally dont see anything really interesting in those pictures. Just looks like a boat or some debris floating in the loch.
in short : due to the narrow deep nature of the loch - underwater currects and the passage of hi speed boats , can cause standing waves on the surface
. caused by interference between wave pattens travelling in different directions , these standing waves appear greater in magnitude than the waves
that caused them , and can remain / occur long after the boat that caused them has passed - prompting the observer to dismiss the link between the two
hope that halps .
PS : as for my log in name , its only a nickname - i chose it - so dont take any offece
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