hose are legitimate questions to ask given all the statements about killing these "monsters."   Are people like Steve Quayle being serious?  Do they really think that the quality of their "research" justifies those kinds of statements?  What will they say if one of their followers takes that rhetoric to heart and does something stupid?  I'm not the first to ask these questions.

hose are legitimate questions to ask given all the statements about killing these "monsters." Are people like Steve Quayle being serious? Do they really think that the quality of their "research" justifies those kinds of statements? What will they say if one of their followers takes that rhetoric to heart and does something stupid? I'm not the first to ask these questions.

Hubble Solves Mystery on Source of Supernova in Nearby Galaxy by NASA Goddard Photo and Video, via Flickr

Hubble Solves Mystery on Source of Supernova in Nearby Galaxy by NASA Goddard Photo and Video, via Flickr

Death Star: Eta Carinae, one of the closest stars to Earth is huge and unstable and will likely explode in a supernova in the relatively 'near future' (On an astronomical timeline this could be a million years from now). via NASA #Eta_Carinae #Supernova #NASA

Death Star: Eta Carinae, one of the closest stars to Earth is huge and unstable and will likely explode in a supernova in the relatively 'near future' (On an astronomical timeline this could be a million years from now). via NASA #Eta_Carinae #Supernova #NASA

Supernova N49: This is a composite image of N49, the brightest supernova remnant in optical light in the Large Magellanic Cloud. The Chandra X-ray image (blue) shows million-degree gas in the center. Much cooler gas at the outer parts of the remnant is seen in the infrared image from Spitzer (red). Taken on June 15, 2006.

Supernova N49: This is a composite image of N49, the brightest supernova remnant in optical light in the Large Magellanic Cloud. The Chandra X-ray image (blue) shows million-degree gas in the center. Much cooler gas at the outer parts of the remnant is seen in the infrared image from Spitzer (red). Taken on June 15, 2006.

Neptune is 2 Billion miles from the Sun, yet wind speeds have been clocked at 1260 mph. Its atmosphere never reaches above 300 degrees BELOW zero. So what drives such forceful winds? Its internal heat.

Neptune is 2 Billion miles from the Sun, yet wind speeds have been clocked at 1260 mph. Its atmosphere never reaches above 300 degrees BELOW zero. So what drives such forceful winds? Its internal heat.

5 (Thankfully) Extinct Giant Versions of Modern Animals | Cracked.com - What else did it eat? Apparently, us. The Haast's eagle definitely lived among humans, up until 1400 or so. So yes, a mere 600 years ago, these things roamed the skies, snatching our babies, and maybe even our mommies and daddies. Here's a comparison between the Haast's talons and a modern eagle, if you want to imagine them clamping down on your neck:

5 (Thankfully) Extinct Giant Versions of Modern Animals | Cracked.com - What else did it eat? Apparently, us. The Haast's eagle definitely lived among humans, up until 1400 or so. So yes, a mere 600 years ago, these things roamed the skies, snatching our babies, and maybe even our mommies and daddies. Here's a comparison between the Haast's talons and a modern eagle, if you want to imagine them clamping down on your neck:

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