posted on Feb, 26 2013 @ 10:35 PM
Every time I hear people talking about the aquatic ape theory I die a little inside.
I'm not being funny, it's a sound theory, it could work. Hardy's publication in New Scientist was based on solid reasoning and stood up, in theory,
without evidence. But that's not an issue, evidence might turn up later, to support or disprove the idea. We can work with it without accepting
Then along came Morgan, Langdon and a host of other scientific trolls who wrote pages and pages of scathing and venomous veiled slurs against anyone
who disagreed with them. The whole idea has been tainted for the rest of the scientific community, nobody will touch it because of the
passive-aggressive quagmire the issue has been turned in to.
If the theory is correct, which it may or may not be, the existence of mer people is heavily implied by it, as we wouldn't all move away from the
shore, some would remain and continue to adapt to the sea, eventually becoming fully aquatic mammals. Unfortunately, there's no evidence either
As for the videos, I've had a quick look and they seem ridiculously hoaxy. I can't imagine why anyone would want to suppress this information