Originally Posted by Bruennis
Now, you're just having too much fun only you're missing fire-spitting dragons and the Mothman.
I think you misunderstood me gravely.
I pointed out preposterous creatures, because they are preposterous, you choose what to believe, choosing the less preposterous ones doesn't make it any less preposterous to believe in them at all.
Even citation and/or proof is not entirely correct sometimes not correct at all and requires editing or remodeling to accommodate new findings that challenge current reasoning.
I never said that cited sources are correct, but citation is needed to verify claims and statements, it's a basic part of higher education.
It's not all that preposterous to reason the existence of Bigfoot, Sasquatch, or the Yeti.
It's extremely preposterous to believe that a 400 pound gorilla can survive in a barren, oxygen deprived climate.
It's pretty much the pinnacle of preposterous... no that would be flying whales living in side clouds, feeding on microorganisms in the water and sunrays, the yeti is close though.... Nope Cumulus clouds are closer to the ground. The yeti wins this round.
But would you please explain to me why you would use a conspiracy network as a source for a claim that is false?