Friday, May 4, 2012

Watch Dr. Henner Fahrenbach explain the difference between human hair and Sasquatch hair


Thanks for Facebook Find Bigfoot for posting this video up on their Facebook page. This video of Dr. Henner Fahrenbach was recorded by Thom Powell back in 2002 as he was being interviewed by an overseas film crew.

Dr. Henner Fahrenback is considered one of the world's leading authority in sasquatch hair DNA analysis. According to Fahrenback, the hallmark of Sasquatch hair is the absence of an unimportant innermost layer called the medulla. The medulla is often not present in some human hair and scientists has yet to determine the purpose of the medulla.

Fahrenback believes that human and sasquatch hair have considerable similarities, but there are some phylogenetical differences that makes sasquatch hair unique.

The Medulla
The innermost or center portion of the hair shaft is called the medulla. It is composed of round cells, two to five rows across. Thick or coarse hair usually contains a medulla. Fine hair for the most part lacks a medulla, as does naturally blond hair. The purpose of the medulla has not yet been determined

Watch below:

13 comments:

  1. Just wild theories and conjector.

    Lets ask science something:

    Us: Is bigfoot real?

    Science: LOL

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  2. Ask science if rogue waves exist, A few years ago:
    No, that's a sailor's fable. They must have all be drunk!

    Ask science today: Today ....yes (in an ashamed tone).

    Rogue waves are 100 foot waves that come out of nowhere in the open ocean and destroy and sink even the biggest ocean going vessels.

    Chad W

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    1. Your right Chad. Of course sailors, that being the people that were actually out on the open ocean had talked about them for thousands of years, but was dismissed by science. Sound familiar.

      Chuck

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    2. Yes that is the way science works. Absence of proof - No - Proof - Yes. No shame in proof.

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  3. He has a good point about unicorns.
    How many people have claimed to have seen unicorns??? Zero.
    How many people have claimed to see Bigfoots, thousand.
    Thus, there is something to bigfoot sightings and nothing to the unicorns.
    Chad W

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    1. I have seen a unicorned Narwhal whale. L

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  4. THESE TREE TWISTS I HAVE GOOD INFO ON. IT IS EXCLUSIVELY A MALE TERRITORIAL MARKER, THE LARGER THE DIAMETER OF THE TREE TWIST THE BIGGER THE MALE THAT HAS THIS TERRITORY AND IMPLIES WHAT SIZE MALE YOUR GOING TO DEAL WITH !

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    1. What is the source of your info. - just curious. I had not thought about this before but it makes a lot of sense. Humans have always put out makers to mark their territory which evolved into fencing. Sometimes a witness will talk about the large noise and tree snaps associated with a usually large Bigfoots into the forest. Could he be saying look what I can do MF, now don't follow me.

      Chuck

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    2. It is a cool idea. No offense, but people are less likely to read your comments if they're written using all capitol letters.

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    3. ALEX YOU ARE SUCH A FUNNY BLOWFISH.

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  5. Human hair exists and Sasquatch hair does not. Enough said.

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  6. This guy is really old now, maybe dead, haven't heard anyting from him in years.
    That was it for him, the hair analysis and comparing some early Green reports.
    He thinks very highly of himself and a few others.
    His friends hang his name on their websites, like the TBRC, for the "PhD."
    Bigfooters didn't mind his education was in Marine Biology.
    Fish have hair, right?

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