George Edwards, a captain who spent decades looking creature that supposedly inhabits Loch Ness, stating that he finally found the elusive monster and immortalize in a photo.
On 2 November 2011, Edwards photographed what looked like a single hump in the water from the deck of his ship, called “Nessie Hunter.” Edwards said that the creature was “moving slowly in the lake to Urquhart Castle and dark gray. The creature is located away from the ship, probably about 0.8 kilometers, but it is difficult to ascertain because being on the water, “wrote the Daily Mail, which posted the photo Edward .
He saw the object for five to 10 minutes before the object berlahan sink and never comes back to the surface.
Edwards said that he was waiting to release the photo to the experts (who remain anonymous), check out the photos. Surprisingly, the Daily Mail quoted him saying that the photo was “verified independently by a team of U.S. military experts to monsters.” In fact, the U.S. military does not have a team of “experts monster” to check the massive creature, which is not known in the whole world.
Perhaps the “verification” is simply stating that the photo is genuine (not the result of digital manipulation) of objects that are in the waters. The form is also being questioned because it could be just a fish, wood float or even sea monsters.
Edwards’s description of his discovery raises more questions. For example, when he saw the object for 5-10 minutes, why did he only shoot one time? Time span is enough to take tens or hundreds of photos. And although an unknown object looks great, it is impossible to determine its size because we do not know for sure the distance from the object (though Edward says within 0.8 kilometers) and no scale a nearby who can help determine its size.
Depending on how close the object is to the camera, the creature may have a length of 1.5 meters or 15 feet.
Cryptic clues to the mystery?
There are many creatures that are not known, but if the discovery Edwards correctly, it can provide important clues to the identity of “monster” is. Other mysterious objects floating in the lake known to behave the same as what is told Edwards – for example, the discovery of “Champu” the most famous, living in Lake Champlain, Vermont.
A woman named Sandra Mansi see and photograph “Champ” makes the photo a “best picture” of the lake monster anywhere.
Dark humped creature is then said to be probably the sunken trees that rise to the surface due to buoyant gas that is created when parsing. Wood rose to the surface, floating for 5-10 minutes (at a time when the timber looks exactly like monsters hump), then sink back and was never seen again. It is a phenomenon that can be arranged neatly – and is – creating visual images and testimony were false sightings of lake monsters.
The floating wood hypothesis also explains why the pictures are good, not as usual: Not the same as an animal or a wave that appears for a few seconds and produce a blurred image, a wooden remained silent for a few minutes, so as to produce a sharper and clear. The object then sink back to the bottom and never come up again, so it becomes a mysterious monster picture “the best ever.”
The solution to one of the photos monster “best ever” does not provide a solution to the photo “the best ever” other, although the Lake Champlain and Lake Ness (Loch Ness) has many similar characteristics (including the lakeside forests). The similarity of the break the truth, and getting people to the natural hydrological mencurgai same phenomenon is responsible for the creation of two photos monster.
Of course there is a huge economic incentive to promote such monsters Nessi, namely tourism. Loch Ness is the main attraction Scottish tourism, and Edwards work as tourist guides from all over the world who hope to catch a glimpse of the famous monster.
Never assume anyone Edwards faked the photo, but it seems fair that an ambiguous form seen in the waters Ness monster interpretation is likely to be accepted than as a matter of course. If it is a fish, or a timber that floats, then it would not be news, if it is possible “best evidence” of Nessie, then it would be international news.
Loch Ness Monster was first known to the international community in the 1930s after an extensive photo spread featuring a curvaceous head and neck. Photo, taken by a surgeon from London named Kenneth Wilson, who is considered as the best evidence Nessi – until finally acknowledged false image decades after that.
Loch Ness itself has been repeatedly studied for more than 70 years, using everything from small submarines, divers and cameras attached to the dolphin, in 2003, a research team sponsored by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) conducted a study the large and deep in Loch Ness has ever done. They explore the lake using 600 separate sonar signals and satellite navigation. As a result, there are no large creatures were found.
If Edwards is taking a wood float, it is impossible to prove in any way in the past nine months. Edwards Photos may be or it’s not the Loch Ness monster, but one thing is certain: It’s not photographic evidence “best” first-ever, and the photo will not be the last.