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size_of_light 15-01-2019 08:23 AM

The Scientific Case for Sasquatch
 
Good new interview by Richard Dolan with Dr. Jeff Meldrum:

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decim 17-01-2019 06:54 AM

Have you seen "Invasion On Chestnut Ridge"? Ithas some good anecdotal evidence.
Worth a look.


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size_of_light 17-01-2019 08:46 AM

:goodjob:

Will check it out.

fudgetusk 17-01-2019 01:24 PM

And it's just coincidence that all big foot just happen to appear in regions with big bears. OF THE SAME COLOUR AS THE YETI THAT ARE SEEN.

grimstock 17-01-2019 08:53 PM

UFO/government secret alien programs connections.

Bigfoot - Sasquatch - Russian Yeti: The Killer Lives - 720p - The Dyatlov Pass Incident


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grimstock 17-01-2019 09:46 PM

Dyatlov Pass Incident- What Really Happened? Research Interview

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size_of_light 17-01-2019 09:52 PM

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Originally Posted by fudgetusk (Post 1063056041)
And it's just coincidence that all big foot just happen to appear in regions with big bears. OF THE SAME COLOUR AS THE YETI THAT ARE SEEN.

Here are the respective maps:

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There is some correlation, but there seems to be a density of Bigfoot sightings in the eastern US (e.g. Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama) where there supposedly aren't many or any bear populations.

Bigfeet might prefer the same environmental conditions as bears. Also, it makes sense that a lot of Bigfoot sightings would just be misidentified bears.

A favourite theory I read somewhere, was from a guy who believed Bigfeet are really just bears who have been possessed by shape-shifting humanoid demons. :eek:

don coyote 17-01-2019 10:50 PM

Has there ever been a Sasquatch sighting in Australia? :confused:


…..(How about a Coelacanth)? :rolleyes:


They both smell kinda fishy. (Just my two scents). :spittea:




:cheerleader:

size_of_light 17-01-2019 11:07 PM

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Originally Posted by don coyote (Post 1063056136)
Has there ever been a Sasquatch sighting in Australia? :confused:

There's been 'a few':

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Source:https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer...2410000001&z=4
(Click on each icon at the above link for a detailed description of each sighting)

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Source:
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This video is the result of a two year study, mapping every known Yowie sighting (a Yowie is Australia's version of Bigfoot). I compare the sightings clusters with mapped unexplained missing persons cases as well as unexplained cases of bodies found deceased in wild areas. Are unexplained deaths in the bush and missing persons cases attributable to Yowie attacks on humans? The mapped data is growing by the year and tends to suggest that there may be a link.

size_of_light 19-01-2019 11:03 AM

Haha. Looks interesting. :D


THE MAN WHO KILLED HITLER AND THEN THE BIGFOOT Trailer #1 NEW (2019) Sam Elliott Adventure Movie HD

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don coyote 21-01-2019 11:40 PM

Too bad MonsterQuest never got down there. Had I known this sooner, I might have been able to get them to check into the Yowie. *facepalm*

size_of_light 22-01-2019 12:12 AM

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Originally Posted by don coyote (Post 1063056570)
Too bad MonsterQuest never got down there. Had I known this sooner, I might have been able to get them to check into the Yowie. *facepalm*

Finding Bigfoot did an Australian episode on the Yowie in Season 3:

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Is it any good?

Difficult to answer - it's Finding Bigfoot.

Interesting and a waste of time in equal measure.

don coyote 22-01-2019 11:51 PM

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Originally Posted by size_of_light (Post 1063056572)
Finding Bigfoot did an Australian episode on the Yowie in Season 3:

Wow. I've never heard of the Yowie. I never saw this episode. I feel so uninformed. :dizzy: (To be honest... I completely lost interest in television after the final episode of "Cheers"). *cough*

Nothing to see here,..... move along. :rolleyes:

billybleach 23-01-2019 02:18 AM

Google Sasquatch genome project.

Should pretty much prove beyond any doubt that 7-10 foot tall bipedal hominids are walking the earth.

ThinkerThunker on YouTube also provides detailed breakdown of various BF videos and also has a high quality video of the Patterson Gimlin Bigfoot

Binnaway 23-01-2019 01:15 PM

Plenty of Bigfoot/Yowie/Bunyip sitings reported here in Australia since early colonial times.
I actually posted an account from an ancestor in 1890.
- No big brown bears here either..

size_of_light 23-01-2019 09:21 PM

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Originally Posted by Binnaway (Post 1063056752)
Plenty of Bigfoot/Yowie/Bunyip sitings reported here in Australia since early colonial times.
I actually posted an account from an ancestor in 1890.
- No big brown bears here either..

I read your ancestor's account - great stuff.

I've looked at enough Australian colonial accounts of 'Big Hairy Men' and 'bunyips' to be convinced there is a significant percentage of them that are not hoaxes or misidentifications.

As with Native Americans and the Sasquatch, the fact that Australian Aboriginals know about these beings and include them in their folklore, destroys the argument made by skeptics that all non-hoaxed encounters can be explained away and dismissed as inexperienced people mistakenly identifying conventional animals.

size_of_light 23-01-2019 10:13 PM

An alternative to the somewhat vague explanation that Bigfeet are 'inter-dimensional', is the possibility that they are a type of primate, or 'cousin' of modern humans that long ago evolved or, by other means, developed the ability to bend light and render themselves invisible...

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These animals’ ability to control light renders them almost invisible

We’ve all heard of squid and octopus using pigments to blend in with their surroundings, but what about becoming completely invisible? To become actually see through, and appear as if you aren’t there, you need to either allow light to travel through you unimpeded, or bend light around you - so that none reflects back at an observer. It’s a tricky task, but some animals are almost there.

Glass octopus

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In the ocean animals have two choices if they want to hide. Creatures that live in the deep ocean close to the seafloor can blend in with sand or rocks, or hide in coral. In the deep ocean it is often pitch black anyway and predators lack eyes, so being invisible is not necessary.

Animals that live close to the surface and want to hide can produce dazzling displays of light in a process known as bioluminescence, confusing predators below who think they are looking at dappled sunshine hitting the water’s surface. Animals that live in midwater though have neither of these options. This region is known as the pelagic zone, and it also happens to be where most invisible animals live.

Perhaps the easiest way of becoming invisible is by being transparent and letting light travel completely through you. In open oceans, which lack structures to hide behind, being transparent is a great way of hiding from all viewpoints and angles. It’s so popular in fact that transparency has independently evolved multiple times in completely unrelated animals.

One such animal, the glass octopus (Vitreledonella richardi) is so named because it is almost completely transparent. The gelatinous creature can grow up to 45cm (18in), if you include the tentacles. It lives 300-1000m below the surface in tropical and subtropical waters across the world, and is almost completely invisible to predators except for its digestive system, optic nerves and eyes.

But what’s the point in making your whole body transparent, if the eyes and guts are still visible? Even worse, these organs will cast shadows on the seafloor below, making them more visible to predators. Eyes need to absorb light to function, so it is not possible for them to be transparent. Guts betray their contents, so unless an animal feeds on transparent material, they will be visible. However the octopus, and all hosts of transparent creatures go to great lengths to disguise these opaque organs. The glass octopus (Vitreledonella richardi) for example has very elongated eyes which reduces its peripheral vision, but minimises the shadow it casts below - making it less likely to be detected by predators hunting from below. There is also some evidence that it orientates its body in such a way so as to minimise its shadow.

The glass octopus is not the only transparent animal to come up with an ingenious way of disguising its eyes. Many transparent molluscs camouflage their eyes with mirrors, as mirrors in the open ocean reflect only more ocean and so are invisible.

(More 'almost invisible' animals at: http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20170...most-invisible )
Couple a natural cloaking ability like this with the strength, speed, agility and cunning of Captain America, and it's easy to appreciate why they might be so elusive.

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