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Old 08-05-2013, 02:02 AM   #31
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I may fall asleep here shortly. Work comes early for this 18 year old! I would love to continue this conversation tomorrow and I am looking forward to all the coming conversations during shark week! Goodnight and God bless!
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Old 08-05-2013, 02:03 AM   #32
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Is it not bizarre that they're finding a certain species literally ALL OVER the world? Each siting could possibly be something entirely different each time. Scary stuff lol but the weather changing and surfacing extinct or unheard of species is an interesting theory. Who knows, you might see some raptors appearing out of the amazon eventually.
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Old 08-05-2013, 02:04 AM   #33
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Wow...my logic sounds stupid even to me now. How did I miss that.
My opinion is that it is very possible. The ocean is a vast unexplored place and I think large species have much better chance of being undiscovered in the depths than anywhere on land and it would not surprise me if a group was lurking was somewhere.
My main thing is that why haven't they left more traces? The giant squid left traces strewn across beaches while all this shark has left is a tooth from 10 000 years ago?
The giant squid did, but not the colossal squid, bigger than the giant, but totally unexpected
Imagine what the next bigger squids will be called, super ultra mega super gigantic squid, lol
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Old 08-05-2013, 02:06 AM   #34
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Is it not bizarre that they're finding a certain species literally ALL OVER the world? Each siting could possibly be something entirely different each time. Scary stuff lol but the weather changing and surfacing extinct or unheard of species is an interesting theory. Who knows, you might see some raptors appearing out of the amazon eventually.
Hah lol yea, we are messing up the earth pretty bad, but even on land, did you guys see those pigmy humans found that where like 1.5 feet tall somewhere?
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The giant squid did, but not the colossal squid, bigger than the giant, but totally unexpected
Imagine what the next bigger squids will be called, super ultra mega super gigantic squid, lol
Wow thats gomna be an extreme name. You know, I dream of exploring the ocean but im too scared of getting in there with sharks
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Wow...my logic sounds stupid even to me now. How did I miss that.
My opinion is that it is very possible. The ocean is a vast unexplored place and I think large species have much better chance of being undiscovered in the depths than anywhere on land and it would not surprise me if a group was lurking was somewhere.
My main thing is that why haven't they left more traces? The giant squid left traces strewn across beaches while all this shark has left is a tooth from 10 000 years ago?
It's kind of hard for something 6000+ below sea level to surface on shore don't you think? Hahaha
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Yea I think that it's the climate change that is changing the behavior of marine animals, and the beaching of whales, especially the mix of fresh water melting from the poles with the salt water
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Yea I think that it's the climate change that is changing the behavior of marine animals, and the beaching of whales, especially the mix of fresh water melting from the poles with the salt water
Thats very true. Some people dont realize that all you have to to do is recycle and your saving the earth. Im no tree hugger type but I do my fair share. I wish plastic bags were banned and I dont think we need garbage bags. Its all going to the dump either way. Use a compost and grow a garden with food scraps. Save them cans and sell em for cash. There are so many ways even us at home can save the earth its unbelievable. Dont get me wrong, I want that big muddin truck that consumes 3 gallons per mile still!
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Thats very true. Some people dont realize that all you have to to do is recycle and your saving the earth. Im no tree hugger type but I do my fair share. I wish plastic bags were banned and I dont think we need garbage bags. Its all going to the dump either way. Use a compost and grow a garden with food scraps. Save them cans and sell em for cash. There are so many ways even us at home can save the earth its unbelievable. Dont get me wrong, I want that big muddin truck that consumes 3 gallons per mile still!
Haha, you'll never convince me not to get a 67 Camaro SS or a brand new SRT8 Challenger because its bad for the environment. On a seperate note, does anyone else find that ridiculous program "Amish Mafia" an insult to the discovery channel? I mean seriously
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I believe in it but I don't think it's as big as people are saying. It just seems unlikely that a fish could get that big.
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