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The Loch Ness Monster exists

 
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The Loch Ness Monster exists
Dinsdale, T. (1961) Loch Ness Monster, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul

the classic text, carefully researched, by a credible witness



Burton, M. (1961) The Elusive Monster, London, Rupert Hart-Davis

a sceptical view by a scientist from the Natural History Museum



Mackal, R. P. (1976) The Monsters of Loch Ness, London, Macdonald & Jane’s

careful scientific proof by a Biology Professor, following a major study



Binns, R. (1984) The Loch Ness Mystery Solved, Somerset, Open Books

a sceptical view by a journalist

Roy Mackal is a biology professor who brings not only the reports but also experimental data and a comprehensive view of the environment. He clearly shows that a family of large animals can and do exist in Loch Ness. damned
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07/15/2006 12:19 PM
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Re: The Loch Ness Monster exists
No it doesn't!
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07/15/2006 12:25 PM
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Re: The Loch Ness Monster exists
Surface sightings:


Date: 1954
Investigators: Captain Donald MacLean & Mate Peter Anderson
Type of Equipment: Messrs. Kelvin & Hughes, Marine Echo Sounder
Type of Experiment: Peterhead drifter Rival III; ordinary depth sounding
Significant Results: Inconclusive

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Date: 1960 to 1972
Investigators: Miscellaneous vessels passing through Loch Ness
Type of Equipment: Depth recorders of various manufacturers
Type of Experiment: Ordinary depth sounding
Significant Results: Inconclusive

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Date: 1960 June to July
Investigators: Dr Peter F Baker & Mark Westwood
Type of Equipment: Basdic Frequency 38kHz
Type of Experiment: Preliminary survey
Significant Results: None

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Date: 1961
Investigators: Birmingham University Loch Ness Expedition
Type of Equipment: No Information
Type of Experiment: Vertical echo sounding from surface
Significant Results: None

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Date: 1962 July to August
Investigators: Oxford and Cambridge Loch Ness Expedition, Dr Peter F Baker and team
Type of Equipment: Three Basdic Units (Simrad of Oslo, Norway) Frequency 28kHz
Type of Experiment: A. Single moving craft traverse B. Shore-based sonar gate C. Moving sonar curtain
Significant Results: Inconclusive (possibly none)

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Date: 1968 April
Investigators: Birmingham University, Prof D Gordon Tucker, Dr Hugh Braithwaite, Dr D J Creasy and team
Type of Equipment: Digital Sonar developed by Birmingham University. Frequency 50kHz
Type of Experiment: Fixed sonar screen, shore-based
Significant Results: Positive

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Date: 1968 August
Investigators: Same Birmingham Team
Type of Equipment: Digital Sonar developed by Birmingham University. Frequency 50kHz
Type of Experiment: Fixed sonar screen, shore-based
Significant Results: Positive

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Date: 1969
Investigators: Same Birmingham Team, except cooperation with Plessey Ltd. team
Type of Equipment: Digital Sonar developed by Birmingham University. Frequency 50kHz
Type of Experiment: Fixed sonar, shore-based
Significant Results: None

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Date:1969 June to August
Investigators: Vickers, Ltd., R W Eastaugh and team
Type of Equipment: Western Marine Electronics SS100; Frequency 155kHz
Type of Experiment: Mobile mode, sonar aboard Pisces submarine
Significant Results: Positive

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Date: 1969 May
Investigators: LNIB Ltd., Major Eustace Maxwell, David James, Lord Richard Percy, Dr Ian Lyster
Type of Equipment: Marconi Depth Sounder Raytheon Model 729 Fathometer; Seascribe Depth Finder
Type of Experiment: Drifter Penorva mobile mode from surface craft
Significant Results: None

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Date: 1969 September
Investigators: Independant Television (ITN) sponsorship. Plessey Ltd. (in cooperation with Birmingham Tucker Team)
Type of Equipment: Plessey Model 195; Frequency 10kHz
Type of Experiment: Stationary vessel in middle of Loch; 5 kilowatts of audible sonic energy projected
Significant Results: None

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Date: 1969 September to October
Investigators: World Book Encyclopaedia Griffis Foundation, LNIB Ltd., Robert Love & team, Captain Don Boddington
Type of Equipment: Honeywell Scanar II; Frequency 100kHz
Type of Experiment: Mobile search mode made from surface vessel Rangitea
Significant Results: Positive

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Date: 1970 September
Investigators: Birmingham University Prof D Gordon Tucker, Dr Hugh Braithwaite, Dr D J Creasy and team
Type of Equipment: Digital Sonar developed by Birmingham University; Frequency 50kHz
Type of Experiment: Fixed sonar screen, shore-based
Significant Results: Positive results not published

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Date: 1970 August to November
Investigators: World Book Encyclopaedia, Carl Byoir and Associates, LNIB Ltd., Robert Love and team, Captain James Skinner
Type of Equipment: Honeywell II; Frequency 100kHz
Type of Experiment: Mobile search mode made from surface vessel Rangitea
Significant Results: Positive

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Date: 1970 September
Investigators: Academy of Applied Science, Robert Rines, Martin Klein and team
Type of Equipment: Klein Associates Model MK - 300 Side Scan; Frequency 50kHz
Type of Experiment:A. Fixed mode from shore-base B. Towed mode from surface craft
Significant Results: Both Positive

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Date: 1972 August
Investigators: Academy of Applied Science, Robert Rines and Team
Type of Equipment: Raytheon Depth Finder Model DE - 725C; Frequency 200kHz
Type of Experiment: Fixed surface operation
Significant Results: Positive
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Re: The Loch Ness Monster exists
Nessie is a Nature Spirit,and can for a time manifest here as a swimming creature.There is nothing physical to catch.
It was long known as a Water Demon,but has nothing to do with Satanism.I think Loch Ness is a sacred site.
In the book "Search at Loch Ness" they found a series of submerged stone rings,which must have been incredibly ancient to have been submerged over time.
The Nature Spirit that visits me,Pokey,obligingly showed me that he can appear in that shape as well.I was terrified at the thing even though it was being playful.And do not look upon it for too long.
The is a photo of a black mass materializing on a beach.Gives you an idea.





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