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Jonathan Whitcomb, 2005

Jonathan Whitcomb (living in California) is a cryptozoologist, specializing in living-pterosaur investigations.


Jonathan Whitcomb



Website: http://www.ropens.com


Email: info@livepterosaur.com


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Searching for Ropen

While viewing an expedition video by Paul Nation, he noticed a high level of credibility[1] in the testimonies of eyewitnesses of what is called the ropen of Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea. He then became involved in living-pterosaur investigations, exploring part of Umboi Island in 2004. Although he failed to see any ropen, he interviewed native eyewitnesses.[2] In 2006, Whitcomb wrote the book Searching for Ropens.[3] In it he criticizes the standard model of universal and ancient pterosaur extinction[4] and criticizes the General Theory of Evolution.

In late 2006, Whitcomb interviewed Paul Nation, who had just returned from another expedition on the mainland of Papua New Guinea. Whitcomb made a digital copy of Nation's video footage of two indava lights. This video was later analyzed by the physicist Cliff Paiva; the lights were found to be genuine images and not the result of videotaping meteors, car headlights, or camp fires. Whitcomb then included the findings in the second edition of his book in 2007.

After news of the 2004 expeditions became publicized online, reports from American eyewitnesses began to accumulate. Whitcomb compiled and analyzed data from reports received from early-2005 to early-2009. He then wrote the nonfiction book Live Pterosaurs in America , which was published on July 25, 2009. He is the founder of the Live Pterosaur blog.

Whitcomb's scientific paper "Reports of Living Pterosaurs in the Southwest Pacific" was published in Creation Research Society Quarterly, Volume 45, Number 3 (Winter 2009).

In 2003, he wrote a shorter work on a mathematical model showing the impracticality of macroevolution: An Evolutionary Boundary.[5]

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