posted on Jan, 7 2004 @ 07:12 AM
Originally posted by blobby
we are the remaining 5% of life after Dino impact meteor wiped 95% life out, so some mythical beasts couldve been real at one point but extinct now.
I dont understand you blobby. You say things like this as if they are fact. Then you write one sentence in a post about them.
Heres MY OPINION on your thoughts. If this meteor wiped out 95 percent of life on earth. Then the remaining animals on earth would constitute 100%
of the life on earth. From there new species would spring up and life would evolve to what it is today.
As far as the mythical beasts existing at some point in time:
Things like "the lochness monster" surely did exist at one time. Same with the sabre toothed tiger, and Tyrannosaurus. These creatures existied at
that time, and are now extinct just like you said. The only problem with this is that people claim to see this mythical beasts today, if you are
refering to big foot, or the ever so famous chupacabra. So therefore they couldn't have gone extinct. That is if people really see them. The
truth is that these creatures are at the very least figmants of our imaginations.
If they are real, then they couldnt have gone extinct because people claim to have seen them. If not, then they are our imaginary friends that allow
us to go on searching further frontiers in life (endlessly).
Just as kids like to go explore wooded areas, and cave divers like to explore unknown caves, people who cant do these things anymore, because there is
nothing left choose to make things to search for. Its amazing, with all the people out there who believe big foot exists, (and creatures of the likes
of that), that no person has been able to find one.