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The third edition of the book "Live Pterosaurs in America" is available on Amazon.com.
Part of the purpose of this nonfiction book is to reassure eyewitnesses that they are not insane for observing a flying creature that resembles a pterosaur. The problem is not with the mental health of the eyewitnesses; it relates to cultural indoctrination into universal extinctions.
Third paragraph of the Introduction:
"If this book does nothing more than comfort the eyewitnesses of strange creatures, I would be grateful; but there’s much more. We need to understand why we believe what we believe. When I first began researching these eyewitness sightings, years ago, I mentioned a word to a kindergartner: “pterosaurs;” he said, “A comet.” Years later, while writing this book, I mentioned my work to a second-grader; she said, “Who will buy your book? Crazy people?” I think better of you. And I think, because of what she and many others have told me, that we must understand indoctri-nation, for it influences our beliefs; the extent of that influence discomforts me."
Live Pterosaurs in America, third edition
by Jonathan David Whitcomb
Paperback: 154 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace (November 2, 2011)
Cryptozoology, Nature / Wildlife
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