Luigi Piccardi’s idea -originally incubated in 2001- has resurfaced back into mainstream science, and it has been picked by institutions as prestigious as Scientific American.
Scientists feel fairly confident to attribute the hundreds of pictures, videos, eyewitness accounts and some fossilized structures to a geologic fault. That’s probably because witnesses don’t know the difference between bubbles and a lizard’s head.
They consider the theory of the existence of a surviving dinosaur not acceptable. According to Piccardi’s theory, alleged Nessie’s sightings have coincided with cycles of increased seismic activity.
Hopefully this doesn’t affect tourism much.
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