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Debate Score:8
Arguments:8
Total Votes:8
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Does the Lochness monster exist?

Does it exist?  Can it exist?  Are there species of animals lurking that scientists simply can't pin down?

Yes

Side Score: 4
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No

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Yes it exists.

I saw it with my very own eyes.

You have to take into account that it was an extremely blurry picture on the internet.

Side: yes
1 point

Many people claim to have seen it over the centuries (the very earliest being Saint Columbia), so I don't think that very many people are seeing pink elephants.

Side: Yes

But I am skeptical of those photographs that I have seen.

Side: Yes
1 point

It's all bullshit.

How can an animal exist on its own without reproduction? It's not small either. Let's drain the damned lake and find out once and for all.

Side: No
1 point

Of course not.

Scientists have done sonar testing all throughout that lake and the only time they thought they had something, it turned out to be half of a ship. So if Nessy exists, it is invisible to sonar.

Side: No

Absolutely Absurd. Does Santa Clause, the Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, and the Leprechaun exist? No, Lochness monster is pure fantasy.

Side: No
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The Tooth Fairy doesn't exist? That's news to me! Who put all those pennies under my pillow when I was young?

I agree with you about Santa Clause, Easter Bunny, Tooth Fairy, and Leprechauns. However, those are mythical characters. Santa Clause had it's origin in Norse Mythology - Leprechauns in Irish mythology. Not sure about the others.

However - the Loch Ness monster has been seen hundreds of times over the course of hundreds of years. Saint Columba claimed to see Nessie.

Nessie belongs to what is referred to as a 'cryptid'. It's existence is debatable - but not wholly denied. Santa Clause is not a cryptid; he is a mythological character.

Side: Maybe

The Lochness monster does not exist. Had, however, you written the name properly the 'Loch Ness Monster,' I would have said yes - it does (or has) existed.

Side: Maybe