Meet the Mormons – a fighter . . . and a mother
In between family time and training for competitions, amateur women's kickboxing champion Carolina Muñoz Marin and her husband run a charity to help those in Costa Rica who are less fortunate.
Cryptozoology and PterosaursIn general, this is not about biology and fossils. Sighting reports of pterosaurs make this a study in cryptozoology. (And dinosaurs are distinct from pterosaurs, which are sometimes called "pterodactyls.")
Modern PterosaurWithout any preconceived notions about precisely how a modern pterosaur might or might not differ from one known from a typical pterosaur fossil, let us be open minded in the study of these many sightings of extraordinary featherless flying creatures.
wife and husband – traditional marriage
Marriage between a man and a woman is ordained of God. This traditional matrimony deserves to have a name: adahmeve.
“Searching for Ropens and Finding God” – fourth edition
The quest for discovering modern pterosaurs ("flying dinosaurs")
“Live Pterosaurs in America” – 3rd edition – by Whitcomb
Astonishing details about credible sightings of modern pterosaurs in many states of the USA - buy it
Jonathan & Gladys Whitcomb on Ensign Peak in 2014
Category Archives: Science and Religion
How do dinosaur bones relate to long-tailed ropens that are reported to fly in North America? The ropen appears to be a huge Rhamphorhynchoid pterosaur, notwithstanding those flying creatures were supposed to have all fallen to the ground many millions … Continue reading
With a title that includes “finding God,” how much religion is in my recent nonfiction book? Actually not much. I wrote Searching for Ropens and Finding God (fourth edition) with readers of all faiths in mind, for anyone open to some kind … Continue reading
Among many of the investigators of reports of modern pterosaurs, over the past two decades, religious belief is important, even critical, in searching for ropens. Yet the eyewitnesses come to us with different religions, almost as if religion had nothing … Continue reading
Set aside what critics imagine about my motivations. One critic, a biology professor in Minnesota, insists there is “no evidence,” in my writings, for any living pterosaur. What does he mean? He will not be named here, for I’m responding to his blog post (“There are no living … Continue reading
This book says very little about “finding God,” but boy it says a lot about “searching for ropens.” It’s 354 pages long, yes that’s a long book. Don’t bother even opening it, if you get your hands on a copy, unless you … Continue reading
Brian Switek made some serious errors of judgment in his “Don’t Get Strung Along by the Ropen Myth.” It was the August 16, 2010, posting on the Smithsonian Magazine, online publication. I would now like to comment on some of those … Continue reading
I sometimes refer to postings on the blog Pterosaur Eyewitness, and I now tackle the controversy in “Jonathan Whitcomb: Pterodactyl Expert.” I will not get into any of the controversy on religion. Actually the subject of religion is not covered … Continue reading
On the Live Pterosaur post “Pterosaur Extinction Revisited,” the well-known pterosaur fossil expert Darren Naish has given two comments in twelve days. Few paleontologists give much attention to cryptozoological investigations, at least until recently. First Comment (excerpt): By the end … Continue reading
A number of scientists have tried to know and understand Marfa Lights: observing, testing photographing, and theorizing. Interesting ideas have emerged; none but one, however, seems to come close to adequately explaining the apparent intellegence associated with those flying lights, the mystery … Continue reading