The idea that the “monsters” of Lake Champlain (assuming they exist) are either crocodiles or animals with a crocodilian metabolism is poorly supported by the available evidence.
According to raconteur Ed Ferrell in his Strange Stories of Alaska and the Yukon (1996, 120), the coin “appeared to have been minted before the Ice Age”
The lineup of speakers was some of the stars of science and skepticism, making this a must-do conference.
Carroll is a poetic naturalist, and he does a great job throughout the book of differentiating fundamental from emergent phenomena, highlighting that both are real.
Such incredible claims should have equally incredible documentation provided. Nope. Nothing. It’s practically lying.
Imagine hundreds of people being “exorcized” by these “professionals,” spreading superstition and magical thinking.