Friday, April 22, 2016

Loch Ness

The mystery of Lake Loch Ness is one that has been the focale point of many movies, it has inspired great minds to create magnificent stories of a possible creature that dwells in the darkest depths of the lake.There has been many sightings of this possible creature, the infamous photo taken
has been in major controversy about what is actually in the picture. The controversy of wether it is actually a creature or a piece of drift wood has been in question.

What many fail to believe is the impossible. There is a large amount of quart build up in the bottom of the lake.  According to physicist Dr. John Brandenburg the theory of time travel is plausible due to the large concentration of quartz in the lake combined with the pressure of the water is capable of generating enormous amounts of electromagnetism. Which is capable of causing a ripple in the space and time continuum allowing the creature to swim back and forth between the Crustaceous time period and the 21st century.  
This could be the reason as to why many of the sonar scans across the ocean have not been able to pick up any signs of the creature ever being there, because it comes and goes when the time is right. When the quartz at the bottom of the lake have generated enough power to rip a whole in space and time. All the sightings are just mere coincidences that they happen to be at the right place at the right time to catch a glimpse of what is an extinct creature doing what we believe to be the impossible. Time traveling.


  1. Dr. John Brandenburg thinks there's a thermonuclear war on Mars, dude. Plus electromagnetism has no deep bearing on the fabrics of time and space on the scale you're referring too. Mainly because time travel would have to forgo electromagnetism all together as slip space is a separate entity with it's own fundamental laws. It would have to be an ultradense material that's highly manipulatable on a subatomic level to cause such an anomaly. Not to mention "the high abundance of quartz, (insanely common element) has never been associated with time travel.

  2. There are so many people out there contemplating the existence of this creature and I would really love to think that it exists. So cool