Category: Reply to Skeptics

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How can you Miss Photographing a Modern Pterosaur?

Why do we not yet (as of mid-2014) have a good photo of a ropen? A skeptic may ask that, as a rhetorical question, but it’s answered by human experiences. My wife Gladys and I took an early walk yesterday morning. In a shady area, narrowly enclosed by chain link fences...

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“Lie” on Wikipedia “Ropen” Article?

I have been practically (but not officially) banned from contributing anything anywhere on Wikipedia. Why? Because I told the truth and was therefore accused of the opposite. This is complicated, so let’s take one step at a time and see if I did contribute anything...

"Norman Huntington" and "Nathaniel Coleman" are pseudonyms for the nonfiction author Jonathan David Whitcomb 0

Who is Norman Huntington?

Pen Names Both “Norman Huntington” and “Nathaniel Coleman” are pseudonyms. Who is behind them and why were those names used? That requires an introduction. Can a writer legitimately and honestly use a pseudonym, AKA a pen name? A variety of conditions can validate this...

Duane Hodgkinson, of Livingston, Montana - eyewitness of a giant ropen 0

Grateful for Pterosaur Sighting Reports

This morning I heard of a father who overheard his boy’s conversation with another little boy who had brought over a new pet: a small green turtle. The man’s son was overheard to say, “I wish I had a turtle. All I got is just a...

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Woodpeckers, Flintstones, and Long-Tailed Pterosaurs

Reply to a Post by Dale A. Drinnon: “Cuban Pterosaurs?” How far some skeptics will go to find a non-pterosaur explanation for pterosaur sightings! Featherless long-tailed flying creatures with long bony head crests are not misidentifications of woodpeckers, but there is more. Dale...