wobnam wrote:plums_deify wrote:Caterpillars, in my experience, grow up to be nothing more than fuzzy-wuzzy chimeras.
Are you basing the rest of your post on your experience as well?
Bluesecrets wrote:I have found a living dragon!
wobnam wrote:I also fail to understand why anyone would want to take a dragon - a mythical, incredible, magical creature - and reduce it all to next to nothing by making it something as lame and boring as "real".
Frank_Lloyd_Knight wrote:wobnam wrote:I also fail to understand why anyone would want to take a dragon - a mythical, incredible, magical creature - and reduce it all to next to nothing by making it something as lame and boring as "real".
I agree with Wobnam on this point. It's a little difficult coming to terms with a supposed dinosaur to dragons connection. With or without dinosaurs, people have no trouble coming up with all sorts of ghosties and ghoulies and beasties and bogeys and things that go bump in the night. Now, please excuse me while I go chase the chupacabra out of the chicken coop.
Napoleon wrote:Agreed! And I was telling my dad after I watched History Channel's "Ancient Aliens," that it would be a lot more fun to not know if aliens existed than to prove they didn't and ruin a lot of peples' ability to create stories and movies about them. Same goes with dragons, IMO. That aforementioned show also said that there is a possibility that what the ancients were seeing as dragons were actually poorly-described alien spacecraft. In China, people were said to have gone into the dragon which transported them from place to place. A famous example is the Yellow Dragon; modern spacerockets emit a yellow gas,Not tht I believe it, mind you.
Sir Osis of Liver wrote:It isn't unreasonable to believe that some dinosaur species may have survived longer than is popularly believed. It is now widely accepted that dinosaurs were warm blooded and that some species had feathers. Some species would have survived in isolated pockets in different regions of the world. It may be that these animals existed right up until fairly recent (last 50,000 years) history and were thus became the stuff of legends.
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