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Please Help Us Save Nessie By saving the live web cam at Scotland on line

After 4 years of giving people all over the world a chance to visit Lochness with out having to leave the house, Scotland on Line has pulled the plug on their live web cam.
I am personally outraged, and somewhat confused at their decision. I am not just anybody, because of that sites existance I got to live my dream. I was the first person to ever get a picture of the Lochness monster off of a live web cam. I do not understand why they would take down the camera after all the publicity, and awards that Scotland On Line has received form it. The technology of having the "Live Streaming Web Cam" On Lochness paved the way for people all over the world to begin search for clues and possibly find the long awaited answer into the mystery of The Lochness monster. Without the Camera the possibility of proving Nessies existance is back to nil.
There were many articles about the great opportunity Scotland On Line has brought to Science and how that camera heightened the possibility of discovering the Enigma that has had us wondering since 1933.
The Camera was unintrusive it didn't hurt the wildlife(Gas an oil from boats) or disturb the peace(loud outboard motors) on the Loch and it zoomed in at certain hotspots where Nessie has been sighted throughout the history of the Witness sightings. Now unless you go to Scotland, have a high powered Camera and get lucky to be close enough to the creature there is no way anyone is going to get a picture.
There are many articles about my pictures as well as Gavin Joth (my dear friend who won the William Hill Award), and Andrew Whyley who got the first underwater images of what could possibly be Nessie from the live web cam on the Scotland on Line site. In each case after Scotland on line got the publicity for each of these events they disappeared from our lives as well as the Press's. Scotland On Line never supported any of us during the time that they were online or during the time that they received all the publicity from us.
Just as Nessie is everyday, we were used as a means to make money and now after all the hype and hits their site gets because of us and Nessie their explanation is they must move on to other things.

A web cam is a low maintenance thing what would it hurt for them to leave it running? My only thought since my involvement with this site has been that they do not want for the truth to be discovered.
They didn't expect any of us to get such good pictures , they changed the views several times after each of our pictures were made public and many nights when there was a lot of activity the server would go down.
The only reason I can come up to take down the web cam that is viable to me is for the past 3 years they have had their people watching the images and if Nessie was getting active or if she would happen to surface they would loop a similar image in that didn't have any activity and keep the images of Nessie from coming into public view. The camera has either gotten to expensive to maintain because of having to pay all these people to baby sit. Nessie is so active they cant catch every image and someone might get a really good picture, good enough to prove her existance, or someone has bought them out and closed down the Camera.
If I am wrong why not keep the web cam running to prove me wrong?
All I ever wanted was to prove these creatures existence to save them from extinction. That is all nothing more and these people are keeping that from happening .. what they are saying is she is real and we don't want you people to know the truth.

Scotland On Line suggested that I go to Cam vista and watch the loch. The difference between Scotland On Line's and all the other web cams: Scotland On Line is a Live streaming web cam the images move on a 2 sec delay which made it very close to being there and with the zoom in the naked eye could see across miles easily.
The Other Web cams on Lochness are not "Live Streaming" they are still shots and it is like looking at a painting.

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    This would be the loss of a great tool
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    I love Nessie! Please bring back the web cam!
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    Please bring back Nessie and the camera. Give us a chance to prove she exists!
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