posted on Apr, 18 2004 @ 02:03 PM
People who know the true potential of the pendulum (and interested in Nessie of course) will be interested in this Q/A session I had with it.
It also shows just how answers that appear to be obviously incorrect can actually be true.
Here are the questions I asked the pendulum about Nessie and the also the answers:
Is now a good time to ask questions? YES (VERY important to ask this)
Am I permitted to ask about the Loch Ness Monster? YES (also important)
Is Nessie real? YES
Is Nessie a dinosaur? No discernable response (pretty vague question I suppose, I was really expecting a yes to this though)
I imagined Nessie as being alive since the dinosaur age so I asked:
Is Nessie extremely old? NO
This suprised me.
Is Nessie old compared to how long humans have been around? YES
Is Nessie old compared to how long Earth has existed? NO
I'm not sure about this but I think the first Nessie sighting was about 200 years ago so I asked:
Is Nessie more than 200 years old? YES
Is Nessie more than 500 years old? YES
Is Nessie more than 1000 years old? YES
Is Nessie more than 2000 years old? YES
Is Nessie more than 5000 years old? NO
Is Nessie more than 4000 years old? YES
Is nessie more than 4500 years old? YES
Is nessie more than 4600 years old? YES
Is Nessie more than 4700 years old? YES
Is Nessie more than 4800 years old? NO
So she is 4700-4800 years old. Wasn't interested in getting any more accurate than this.
At this point I remembered reported sightings of Nessie on land, so:
Is Nessie able to walk on land? YES
So she's an amphibian? YES
Has Nessie only ever existed in Loch Ness? YES
So she was born there? YES
Does Nessie have parants? NO
At that answer I thought something along the lines of "WTF?! So did the aliens drop her off?". How can Nessie have only ever existed in the loch AND
was born there and yet have no parents? This put me off asking more questions because I thought I was now getting bogus answers, but the consistency
of it so far spurred me on. I tried to figure out what it meant, I didn't know what to ask apart from "wtf are you on about?", but I couldn't
really ask that could I. So I just decide to ask more about her birth, whatever sprung to mind:
Was Nessie born on earth? YES
Did Nessie hatch from an egg? NO
Was Nessie born like mammals are born? YES
Again the big conflict.
So Nessie had a mother? YES
Did she have a father? YES
Are they alive now? NO
DUH! It wasn't an inconsistency, I just didn't understand the answer properly. Of course Nessie hasn't got parents if they're dead!
Is Nessie the only kind of her species in the world? NO
Is she the only kind of her species in Loch Ness? YES
Is she a threat to humans? NO
Wells thats the end of the session. My arm was really hurting.
The skeptics will obviously comment on the fact that absolutely none of this can be verified, well thats true it can't. But the consistency of the
answers should at least show that it isn't random.