Good luck with that.
2/12/2008 10:12:23 PM
Kent, is that you?
2/12/2008 10:28:52 PM
No. Scientists have never claimed that Bigfoot was the missing link. That is a massive truck of fail.
2/12/2008 10:31:09 PM
Deaga, we are going to tell you only one more time: The National Enquirer is not a science text!!
2/13/2008 1:28:56 AM
Why would I EVER give up on The Foot?
2/13/2008 2:08:48 AM
Now these scumtards are dissing bigfoot... they have no shame.
2/13/2008 2:45:40 AM
When I was at Loch Ness none of the locals claimed the monster was anything other than a scam to fleece credulous loonies like this one.
8/29/2008 8:49:29 PM
Set up a bullshit premise and say that makes Christians better.
No logic at all
8/29/2008 11:53:08 PM
The only real problem with your arguement, Deaga, is that neither the Loch Ness Monster nor Bigfoot exist.
8/30/2008 12:22:47 AM
There's a chance that Bigfoot exists. It's physically impossible for the Loch Ness Monster to exist. More than likely, they both don't.
Scientists have never claimed that Bigfoot was a missing link. Ordinary idiots who barely understand evolution did. Creationists claim the Loch Ness Monster is a living dinosaur. Ordinary idiots also claim that.
See the connection?
8/30/2008 12:36:51 AM
Everyone knows that Bigfoot was really a robot build by space aliens.
Well, everyone who grew up watching The Six Million Dollar Man knows it, at least...
9/2/2010 8:40:43 AM
Total bollocks from beginning to end. Must have been homeschooled.
9/2/2010 10:21:24 AM
Bigfoot makes AWESOME commercials.
9/2/2010 10:32:14 AM
Aside from the fact that I find it doubtful that most evolutionary biologists ever believed that Bigfoot existed, let alone thought of it as the missing link. (I'd be inclined to say "any biologist," but chances are there probably is one such nutjob. After all, Michael Behe is a biochemist, but that hasn't stopped him from believing in "Intelligent Design" -- needless to say, you'd be hard-pressed to find many other scientists who agree with him.)
And even if the Loch Ness monster did exist, it wouldn't prove that creationism were true.
All that being said . . .
How on earth in the existence of the Loch Ness Monster more likely than the existence of Bigfoot? Although, to put it lightly, I highly doubt that either exists, I would think that that, if anything, the existence of Bigfoot would be more likely. To determine whether or not the Loch Ness monster exists should be much easier. You've got this huge giant monster confined to one lake in Scotland. You've got a large animal in a relatively small area. It can't escape and it can't hide. We have things like sonar and radar. If the Loch Ness monster exists it should be pretty easy to find. However, no one has found it. Now, to determine to the same degree of certainty that Bigfoot does not exist, you'd be looking for a smaller animal and you'd have to search all the wilderness on the planet near any alleged sightings. What's more, Bigfoot can run away or hide, while the Loch Ness monster can't. No one has found Bigfoot either, but by definition you would expect Bigfoot to be harder to find than the Loch Ness monster.
The claim that either exist is laughable, but I don't know how anyone can claim that the Loch Ness monster is more likely to exist. It's simply absurd.
9/2/2010 12:19:03 PM
So you admit that creationists hang on to fantasies while evolutionists move on?
You got that much right, at least.
9/5/2010 11:26:31 AM
Bigfoot has nothing to do with evolution, despite what crackpots say. Please stay off acid, Deaga.
9/5/2010 12:36:06 PM
Is there a rule on Rapture Ready that you have to be an utter fucktard to join?
8/19/2011 2:28:01 PM
Anyway, HAHAHAHAHA!! HAHAHA! HA! Hem. Yes. Quite amusing. Bigfoot being the missing link? Why the fuck would we need him when we got an entire family tree of hominids?
What people call "the loch ness monster" is a combination of pathetic hoaxes, pathetic "sightings", pathetic pseudoscience, and extraordinarily trumped-up reports of simple Sturgeon, which can grow to be quite monstrous in and of themselves, ~20 feet and several thousand pounds.
8/19/2011 9:29:32 PM