Objective investigations

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Critics have sometimes questioned the objectiveness of investigators of eyewitness accounts of living pterosaurs. It seems that those critics have been hasty. Consider details, then judge for yourself. Woetzel-Guessman expedition of 2004 When the American cryptozoologists David Woetzel and Garth Guessman explored Umboi Island late in 2004, they used a sketches in some of their interviews. […]

Why so few eyewitnesses?

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Occasionally I encounter an objection like “if pterosaurs were still living, we would see them flying around.” Several answers pop up, suggesting the critics who ask that kind of question have failed to think deeply about it. The main problem is circular reasoning, for the objection is an attempted refutation of eyewitness sightings: “They could […]