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Posted: Oct. 10 2005,15:04

A scientific theory and my theory on why the Dolphins suck are not the same thing.  

The theory of gravity seems to be an accepted fact for most.  Most who didn't are dead.  The theory of thermodymanics works every time you apply it.  Every time.

The theory of quantum mechanics is the most accurate and proven "theory" ever and computers, GPS and space flight would not work without it.

Scientific theory is, by definition, a hypothesis based on observable data that can and has been tested successfully to the point where it becomes a workable fact.

The only problem with the theory of evolution is our egos and the fact that most of us don't really understand it.  But we don't understand quantum mechanics either.  So it's just our egos.

There is a lot of disinformation out there about evolution starting with the false statement that we descended from apes, which is NEVER been said by evolutionists.

But I'm not going to debate evolution.  It's like debating addition or subtraction.
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Posted: Oct. 10 2005,17:37

So,,,
I guess we can't expect to see a Boagator any time soon?


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Posted: Oct. 10 2005,19:10

monitor lizards #### the komodo dragons have so many germs in their mouths that if you are bitten by one you will die of infection within a day or so is it the same for those monitor lizards you are talking about RDS i think ill have to pull my front rod holder and put in a pintel mount
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Posted: Oct. 10 2005,19:11

man i hate when i get the four letter pound sign now it looks like a have a potty mouth
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Posted: Oct. 10 2005,19:40

A "boagator" or an "allistrictor." either one would be a bad idea.  But since both probably like to eat each other I don't see much of a problem there.  Anyway, both are pretty awesome as they are.

It kind of amazed me how that boa was able to get an alligator that big.  Alligators are pretty tough, fast and strong animals.  My hat's off to the boa to get as far as he did.  Those snakes are as hard as rocks when they constrict.  But, that one got hold of a very big meal.  

See, if he was intelligent like us he'd have taken Prilosec or Nexium before tangling with that many servings of alligator all at once.  Or maybe it was a contest where he got the meal for free if he ate it all in one sitting--or whatever snakes do that's like sitting.

Personally, I like alligators more than big foreign, unregistered immigrant snakes.  But I've had gas attacks that let me have some sympathy for that poor boa. Nevertheless,  eating foreign food without reading the menu--this is what happens.
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Posted: Oct. 11 2005,19:26

In reference to my references to Nile monitors and Pacu, here's the citations. They charge money to plagiarize an entire article!! BTW, only the Komodos have the nasty, septic bite. The other lizards are relatively clean, but a 6-7 footer could still probably remove some fingers or toes.


INVASION OF THE LIZARDS

The invader arrived furtively, almost certainly by sea. Tucking scaly little arms into its slender body, it propelled itself with its ridged tail, a well-muscled rudder, through the waters from neighboring Cape Coral or Pine Island, biologists believe. And here it now is, just as officials feared, a carnivorous, dagger-clawed, razor-toothed African monitor lizard that knows no Florida predators, running amok in a fragile nature preserve filled with nestlings and delectable bird and turtle

Published on September 26, 2005, Page 1B, Miami Herald, The (FL)

and the Pacu:

BLACK-PACU CATCH RECORD?

The all-tackle world record for black pacu - 44 pounds set in Fort Lauderdale more than five years ago - might have been broken last month in Hialeah. But the fisherman released the 52-pound exotic instead of turning it over to the International Game Fish Association for certification. Without proper documentation, it does not go into the record book. William Clavell was fishing in the lake behind his town house in the Lago Grande development on Sept. 18 using a piece of pork for bait when

Published on October 2, 2005, Page 13D, Miami Herald, The (FL)
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