posted on Jun, 1 2013 @ 08:26 PM
reply to post by Flatfish
It is obvious to see it is fake as well beyond domain data, like Whois.net, from the HTML on the site. A quick look at the page source shows it is
clearly not the DOJ or Homeland Security doing it. If either of them seized the site and put up the picture, they wouldn't name their image
"mermaids_web", but more telling is the alt and title tags for it.
"img width="960" height="720" alt="Mermaid legend is true, and there is proof of real live mermaids" title="Mermaid Legends-Mermaid
Sightings-water creature" "media/img/mermaids_web.jpg" "
Now why would the DOJ and Homeland Security want an alt tag for their image to say mermaids are real and proof?
Here is a real DOJ picture from megaupload when it got cracked down on:
Notice how that has actual information for why it was being seized and notice the difference in the DOJ emblems. The colors are all wrong on the fake
one for mermaids.
Originally posted by JDirt
reply to post by deathlord
yes that what I was saying we have only seen them since 2004. just like mermaids we see old cave paintings on them old Viking stories and what not.
We have seen giant squid for quite a long time, fisherman have caught parts and corpses of them for a long time. Just because we haven't seen them in
the deep ocean habitat, does not mean that we haven't seen them at all until recently. There has been documented corpses of giant squid since the
1500's, however, there has not been a single mermaid corpse to be heard of. With all the fishing that goes on in the world now, some mermaid dead or
alive would more than likely have emerged. Going from old myths I've heard of they are air breathers since they have a human upper body, unless you
believe they are magical. So, they couldn't live in deep waters and would be coastal creatures where they would be easily spotted, and from what I
have ever read that seems to be where they generally show up. If we can find giant squid that live 3000 feet in the water from corpses and fishing, we
should definitely have real proof of mermaids.