Famous physicist saw Loch Ness Monster

Werewolves are not alone.  And neither are humans.  There are some humans that know this.  For example, Robert H Rines.

Robert H Rines was a famous physicist who recently died at the age of 87.  Rines was a lawyer, composer, inventor, and physicist – most noted for having invented prototype radar, sonar, and ultrasound imaging technology that was eventually incorporated into the technology for ultrasound imaging of internal organs…a very educated man by all accounts.

In addition to his many accomplishments however, Mr Rines claimed to have seen something much more controversial –  the Loch Ness Monster.  He claimed to have seen Nessie in 1971…not only however did he see the Loch Ness Monster, but he and his team took photographs of  what they believed to be the flipper from the Monster.  Still however, even with this information, few believed him.  He spent much time over the years of his life using the technology he invented to try to find and locate the monster again.  His attempts however all failed, and he eventually concluded that the Loch Ness Monster may have become extinct due to global warming over the years.

There are few humans that are open-minded enough to consider what their eyes see but what science will not accept.  Robert H. Rines was one of those few.



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8 Responses

  1. Fangsharpner says:

    hates his vampire best friend coz he never ever helps him when in need always chickens out

  2. Fangsharpner says:

    and it was against somone in school

  3. Jay says:

    Does anyone else think that nessy would taste like fish.

  4. she wolf says:

    I have’nt seen Nessie yet but I beleive in her because I have a friend that went to scotland because her parents and her siblings were living there and she was the only one who was living here.
    She left after we graduate and continue schooling there. 6 months later, she send me a photo of a large brown-black hump floating across a lake. She said when her family and she went outing on the loch morar. She saw something large and took a photo of it. She did’nt tell this to her parents only me.

  5. night wolf says:

    wasnt the lochness a log in the water?…..lol jk well sorta the famous pic was a log but nessie did exsist but she’s probably dead now

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