Dragons? did they ever exist? How will we identify Dragons

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  1. Seazoria profile image60
    Seazoriaposted 9 years ago

    How do you feel about the subject of prehistoric dragons? Why do so many cultures around the world depict dragons? Why is it that all of us seem to somehow know instinctively about dragons? How come all of us have seem to be able to conjure up an image of a dragon? With this said, how come there are no dragons in the historical textbook? Do you think that science will ultimately explain the dragon mythology concept. Or do you feel that dragons should be relegated strictly to mythology? What will transpire if the remnants of the dragons are finally discovered? Who will the experts be? If the remains of the dragons are discovered how will we be able to identify them?  Dragons are not dinosaurs. Should dragons be a scientific subject? What are your thought on the subject of dragons?

  2. Misha profile image69
    Mishaposted 9 years ago

    Why do you think dragons were not dinosaurs? This looks like the most plausible explanation. smile

    1. Seazoria profile image60
      Seazoriaposted 9 years agoin reply to this


      Misha this is just a thought but what if dragons came from the sea and dinosaurs came from the land. Realize that the large scale prehistoric sea dinosaurs have not been recovered yet.

    2. mistyhorizon2003 profile image93
      mistyhorizon2003posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      I have to agree with you on this theory Misha, as if people found dinosaur bones back in ancient times they may not have had any other way to explain them. Perhaps they were Pterodactyls!!!

    3. mohitmisra profile image59
      mohitmisraposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Nice logic. smile

  3. AEvans profile image80
    AEvansposted 9 years ago

    Misha, you are so funny !!!  he he!!!  I read between the lines. smile

  4. Misha profile image69
    Mishaposted 9 years ago

    LOL AEvans, this was honestly not the case of me trying to act funny, so if I appeared funny, it was unintentional smile

  5. Misha profile image69
    Mishaposted 9 years ago

    Definitely passes the Occam's razor test, Cindy smile

    And Seazoria, sea dinosaurs were (and still are!) sharks. The biggest modern one I believe is great white, but there were much bigger ones, and this is documented. Hold on, let me find a link.

    1. mistyhorizon2003 profile image93
      mistyhorizon2003posted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Not to mention crocodiles!!!

  6. Misha profile image69
    Mishaposted 9 years ago

    Sure, and a few other species that still survived. smile

    here is the link http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lcodzcCFJ28

    1. mohitmisra profile image59
      mohitmisraposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      lol   lol  nice clip.

  7. Shalini Kagal profile image59
    Shalini Kagalposted 9 years ago

    Misha - that was so funny! lol

    As long as dragons exist in our imagination - does it matter whether they really existed or not? smile

  8. dlarson profile image86
    dlarsonposted 9 years ago

    Of course it could be that Dinosaurs and Humans DID coexist in the past...

    http://www.bible.ca/tracks/dino-fossils.htm

    1. Mark Knowles profile image60
      Mark Knowlesposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      No, not really. You should be ashamed of yourself for adding a link to this stuff.

      Science lol lol

      1. AEvans profile image80
        AEvansposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        You added one too. smile

        1. Mark Knowles profile image60
          Mark Knowlesposted 9 years agoin reply to this

          Not to that sort of site. Any links I leave are usually to either reputable sources or funny ones. That one might be funny, but it purports to be science when it is not. Not a big fan of deliberately lying to children. Are you?

          1. AEvans profile image80
            AEvansposted 9 years agoin reply to this

            Nope sad

  9. Mark Knowles profile image60
    Mark Knowlesposted 9 years ago

    This was one of my favorite songs as a child, "Puff the Magic Dragon."

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LIDZAJoXLvI

    Of course, I knew nothing about the alternative meanings, I though it was about a dragon sad

    1. Misha profile image69
      Mishaposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Nice song, never heard it. And is it about drugs you mean?

      Shalini and Mohit, thank you smile In fact I was really searching for good info about megalodons, but stumbled upon this one and could not help sharing it big_smile

      1. Mark Knowles profile image60
        Mark Knowlesposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        Yeah, I had no idea it was about smoking pot lol

  10. Misha profile image69
    Mishaposted 9 years ago

    It's always fun to discover new meanings in old things, you know smile

    1. Mark Knowles profile image60
      Mark Knowlesposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Oh yes, I think it great, and extremely funny because this was a massively popular children's song at the time. lol

  11. Seazoria profile image60
    Seazoriaposted 9 years ago

    The reason I posted this tread is to solicit opinion with rearguards to the subject of dragons. Here is an interesting senerio. I work in excavation near the Great salt lake in northern Utah. And we keep excavating these rock formations  that look exactly like very large scale prehistoric sea dragon remains. Yes the formations are classified as Precambrian metamorphic tinic quartzite. These formations are located near ancient sea shore. On the surface one would just assume that these configurations are just miscellaneous rocks. Working in commercial earth moving our crews get the opportunity and examine these specialized configurations of individual stones  below the surface. Working above and below the surface a person begins to understand that there is both rhyme and reason within the configurations. What we look for is a very large individual surface stone, (skull).  Known in the local excavation business as a number 4 stone. These large #4 stones are some what rare. because these #4 stone have certain unique characteristics.  For example the #4 stone have equal right and left halves, additionally number four stones appear to be cut off at the back and grow forward towards the front. The single most unique characteristic of the #4 stones is that underneath these rare stone is what appears to be a proportionate full and complete set of teeth. Rights, lefts tops and bottoms. additionally all of the teeth seem to have identical progressive replacement teeth. The teeth are very specialized five sided rearward warping five sided triangular wedges.  averaging more than 27 inches. Skulls (#4 stone) are usually 10 to 20 feet in length. and weight between 10,000 and 20,000 pounds.

  12. Misha profile image69
    Mishaposted 9 years ago

    Do you have any pics?

    1. Seazoria profile image60
      Seazoriaposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Yes Misha I have a series of about 220 photos taken during the Skull matrix excavation of Hillfieldion Seazoria. At this time we have only exposed the teeth on the right hand side of the jaw. Next dig season we expect to work down the left hand side of the jaw. I would like to put together a slide show with all 220 photos. It is really fascinating to see the photos progressively.

  13. Misha profile image69
    Mishaposted 9 years ago

    That definitely will be interesting to see, I always get excited about that fossil stuff smile

    1. Seazoria profile image60
      Seazoriaposted 9 years agoin reply to this

           Misha we have also produced a small video that runs about 32 minutes that has excavation footage. And explains some of the key points to the dragon field research we are involved with.

      1. Lady Guinevere profile image60
        Lady Guinevereposted 9 years agoin reply to this

        I would love to see those!
        I do believe in dragons.  People seem to forget that other animals took bones and wings and such small peices of skeletal remains and scattered them after whatever ate the animal before.  I do think that they have T-Rex wrong too.

        Prior to the Great Flood it is said there there were all kinds of mixes of animals that had drowned.  The thing that gets me thinking---if the water animals and fishes were already living in the water, then they could not have drowned and therefore still here somewhere.
         
        Then again if you believe in Darwn and evolution, just how long was it before the Great Flood and how long did it take for the earth to be covered up with water.  I am getting at...... some land species may have had time to evolve into sea creatures and vice versa.

        We still have not explored the depths of the ocean and under the mountains to see what all is there.  Like I said, I do believe in dragons becasue of the points that I just made and the historical references of many, many cultures that aren't even close to each other and had no idea about other people's.  It's just too coincidental.

  14. profile image41
    Bonzanaposted 9 years ago

    Dragons are basicly just like dinosaur's
    Some say that they originated from terradactyls
    Its just 1 big quarril like medusa,Some say 'Well if she isnt real,Why is there story's about her'
    while some say 'She isnt real,Its just made up stories to get fame,If she was real we would have evidance like bones'
    But its still rumored that they still roam the planet,Maby on a differant dimention.
    Hope I helped smile

  15. Lady Guinevere profile image60
    Lady Guinevereposted 9 years ago

    I remembered that I found some information about the Velociraptor having feathers.  Here is the link:  http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/20 … 145402.htm

 
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