I think i can remember the one about the loch ness monster, and the one about Flying saucers, But what about bigfoot, yeti etc?
It's all my fault.
When I first landed on this planet, it was going to be a century tops. Then it turned into centuries, and pretty soon centuries became millenia.
Maybe now is a good time to leave.
I wonder if anyone has missed me back home.
Who was this?With bigfoot, a guy made huge plywood foot-shapes and ran through the forest with them, then took a fuzzy video of his wife in a fursuit.
Easy question, simple answer: these are all the same myth. As are dragons, mermaids, unicorns, etc. Someone gets a bad look at something they can't identify, squints, and sees something that isn't really there. They tell someone and that person has the idea in their head when they look and see the same thing.I think i can remember the one about the loch ness monster, and the one about Flying saucers, But what about bigfoot, yeti etc?
My point was that there are reports [most of them] that might be or are easily explained, and there are others that are not so easily dismissed as trivial.Don't fret, Ivan, if it's a real flying saucer, it is neither a UFO nor a myth.
Ivan Seeking;1955284/ said:An excuse to post a couple of favorites is always appreciated.
Interesting, and i am sure not every thing is myth.
Strictly speaking, reports of strange observations are not myths provided that no explanation is given. So by definition, UFOs would not be included. Nor would be crop circles, or any claim of observed, unexplained phenomena.myth
• noun 1 a traditional story concerning the early history of a people or explaining a natural or social phenomenon, typically involving the supernatural. 2 a widely held but false belief. 3 a fictitious person or thing.
I'm pretty sure my husband and stepson are descendants of Sasquatch. (Oh yeah -- my husband sports a beard and still shapes with scissors and razor every morning.... and https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=271424", he should braid his back hair! )Interesting, and i am sure not every thing is myth.