Many people doubt Unicorns existence. I infer that they do exist, but it would be very hard to explain. Let’s take a look at why it’s impossible to prove that something does or does not exist. For instance, we can use the subject of ‘God’. Some people believe ‘God’ exists, while others do not. Science has looked for a ‘God’, but has yet to find one. Some then state that there is no ‘God’, due mostly to the fact that it has not been proven to exist. then the other part of the argument comes in. Many believe it does exist. So then ‘they’ ask Science to prove that there is no ‘God’. Science cannot do this because it has no hard evidence that it does not exist. It relies on the fact that it has no proof that is does. That is not a viable statement, for not finding evidence is not actually proving the nonexistence of something. Thus being backed into a corner, ‘they’ can turn around and ask the believers to prove that ‘God’ does indeed exist. They cannot do this either due to the fact that there is no evidence that ‘God’ does exist. Meaning it is impossible to prove the existence of something by science. Having found no proof of it’s existence is not actually proving the nonexistence, and not having any evidence at all is not proving the existence. The same thing applies with Unicorns.
Scientists have looked and seemed to find no such thing as a “one horned equine with the hind legs of a goat, and the tail of a lion.” That does not mean it does not exist. Many countries have different ideas of a ‘unicorn’. Like in China for instance, their idea of a ‘unicorn’ is much like a dragon with a single horn. In 1827, it was claimed that the ‘unicorn’ was a physical impossibility. George Cuvier was the man to prove that notion. “If the Unicorn was a cloven-hoofed animal”, he said, “the front of it’s skull must, like that of all other such animals, also be cloven. But, if this was the case, a horn could not grow from the center of it’s forehead.” In 1934, though, Dr. F. W. Dove proved Cuvier wrong. Dove took a day-old bull calf, trimmed each of it’s two herd buds, and transplanted them to the center of it’s forehead. As the bull grew, it developed a massive single horn. Although the horn allowed it to dominate the rest of the herd, it had a gentle nature. He had created a type of ‘unicorn’, bringing back the notion that this animal might have once existed as a freak of nature. At Marine World, in Ukiah, California, a few goats have also been transformed into ‘unicorns’ by transplanting two horn buds to the center of their foreheads. That then proves that there is no set ‘unicorn’, since it has no particular shape for any one person.
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The only thing that can really be said is the name ‘unicorn’ which means Onehorn, the part ‘uni’ meaning one, and the word ‘corn’ which came from cornu which means horn. Onehorn is the name of this animal, which can pertain to just about anything. There is a living example of a ‘unicorn’ today. The Narwhale. The males have a single tooth which extends quite far from its face, making it look like a very large horn. Onehorn being the translation of ‘unicorn’, thus making the Narwhale a unicorn. The definition in the dictionary is a symbol of virginity, usually portrayed as a horned equine. With the technology today, I would believe it possible to create the animal I mentioned before, the single horned equine with the hind legs of a goat, and the tail of a lion. But whether of not this freak of nature actually existed once, cannot be proved, at least not yet in this point of time.