posted on Nov, 8 2010 @ 07:46 PM
I want to believe it, but I can't. I mean, sure some things are plausible. I've been on atv's and even wrecked one. Yeah, you can be going so fast
you don't see a turn, blow through it and hit something. If I rolled through a fake wall like that, sure I would stop fast. Then I would look around
after I made sure I was still alive, and most likely keep going. Do you really expect me to believe that, after all that exploring, you would just
turn around and go home because you just went through a fake wall? Fake wall means even more exploring.
And who, if you are running for your life, is going to turn around and try to snap a picture? Also, if you just thought those markings were graffiti
(therefore thinking cool, we are not the only ones who has been down here) why would you take a picture? Unless you are one of those people who snaps
a picture of everything they see, of course.
I can even see the creature not trying to kill them. If he wasn't going to cross out of the area that he has to stay in, why think he would come out
and clean up a dead body or two? Especially when firing on the vehicle would most likely ensure that they never return again. It's called a warning
shot. And it was effective.
The coldness of the area. If a being of reptilian ancestry has evolved to the point of our current intelligence and beyond, I would imagine adapting
to a cold environment is not that hard to fathom.
We have been conditioned to loath humanoid-like reptiles (aka demons). If you saw a reptilian with arms and legs and who was as tall as, or taller
than, you then you might want to kill it. We can't create as well as we can destroy, just look at some of the responses around here. We kill our own
kind, for simple ignorant reasons like "you're darker than me". This person's reaction is no surprise.
Security waiting for them. Remember they left one behind. Calling in a breach would be standard. Or, they tripped a sensor when they went through the
fake wall. Security giving them 10 minutes to leave. That's 10 minutes to get to steppin', not to get off the property.
The part I have a problem with (big problem) is the Vin #. (I have no idea what the syntax is for an atv engine code, so maybe that is what the number
is? Don't know, can't say.) It's incorrect. Too many characters, and the syntax is off. Could have been placed in the story to discredit it, but I
don't know. It feels like having a plate of your favorite food, and dropping it before you can eat it.