Loch Ness Monster supports campaign to save alpaca Geronimo’s life

It’s incredibly cruel: The UK government is seeking to murder Geronimo a lovable alpaca and its owner has fought and sadly lost a £50,000 ($80,000) legal action. You can help by watching the live vigil aimed at deterring officials from arriving with their bolt gun.

News: It is with great sadness that we report that the government murdered Geronimo on 31st August 2021. RIP Geronimo.

Sign the Petition To Save Geronimo’s Life (now closed).

Read more in The Metro newspaper.

Ancient Virus Fears At Loch Ness

The race is on to try and DNA map newly emerged ancient viral strains from bottom coring at Loch Ness.

“I have been worried that vigorous coring and reaming of the loch’s bottom could provide a route for viral agents that have long since disappeared from earth’s biosphere to resurface”, Professor Kettle told this blog. “If we can’t identify and neutralise these things then Covid 19 Coronavirus might look like a walk in the park”.

Ancient Virus Fears At Loch Ness
Ancient Virus Fears

Some of the mutations discovered have now been taken to the US Centre for Extreme Toxins, close to the site of the Manhattan Project. Here they will be sealed into a glass and concrete bio containment lad 400 metres beneath the desert. Robot analysers will be used to identify and index the viruses. If a leak occurs, these mutations are considered so dangerous that a small nuclear weapon will detonate, completely destroying the laboratory and its contents. Safety is now the number one priority after Covid and Ebola have wreaked so much havoc.

“We’re taking every precaution as some of the life forms beneath Loch Ness have proved very dangerous”.

Similar research is going on in Tibetan glaciers – another link to Loch Ness, which was itself formed by a mile thick glacier during the last ice age.