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Friday, November 23, 2012

Breaking: Igor Burtsev: Ketchum Bigfoot DNA Manuscript Has Been Submitted To A Scientific Reviewed Magazine


Break news from Dr. Igor Burtsev in Russia. Ketchum's Bigfoot DNA paper has been submitted to a scientific peer-reviewed magazine. According to Burtsev, the mitochondrial data in some of the samples sent to Dr. Melba Ketchum suggests that there was some kind of "hybridization" event that occurred less than 15,000 years ago. The study also suggest that the origin of this hominin was probably "Middle Eastern/Eastern Europe and Europe originally". "It is human like us only different, a hybrid of a human with unknown species," Burtsev announced on his Facebook wall.

Below is his statement from a few hours ago:

URGENT announcement from Igor Burtsev ...

"International Center of Hominology (Russia)
Urgent!

The DNA analysis of the Bigfoot/Sasquatch specimen conducted by Dr. Melba Ketchum the head of DNA Diagnostics, Timpson, TX, USA has been over!

Team of American scientists led by Dr. Melba Ketchum for five years has analyzed 109 purported samples of such creatures. The study has sequenced DNA of a novel North American hominin, commonly called Bigfoot or Sasquatch.

There were a large number of laboratories associated with this study including academic, private and government laboratories in which blind testing was utilized to avoid prejudice in testing. Great time and care was taken in the forensic laboratories to assure no contamination occurred with any of the samples utilized in this study.

After 5 years of this study the scientists can finally answer the question of what sasquatch really is. It is human like us only different, a hybrid of a human with unknown species. Early field research shows that the Bigfoot/Sasquatches are massively intelligent which has enabled them to avoid detection to a large extent. They are different than us, however human nonetheless.

The hybridization event could not have occurred more than 15000 years ago according to the mitochondrial data in some samples. Origin of this hominin was probably Middle Eastern/Eastern Europe and Europe originally though other geographic areas are not excluded.

The manuscript associated with this study has been submitted to a scientific reviewed magazine.

For years people have refused to believe they exist. Now that we know that they are real, it is up to us to protect them from those that would hunt or try to capture them for research or for sport. They should be left alone to live as they live now. After all, they are our relatives.

At this time, analysis of the Sasquatch genomes is still ongoing. Further data will be presented in the future following this original study. Additionally, analysis of various hair samples purportedly from Siberian Wildman are being tested in an effort to determine if relatedness exists between the Sasquatch and Russian Wildman.

Dr. Igor Burtsev,
Head of International Center of Hominology,
Moscow, Russia +7(916)812-6253
inhomin@yandex.ru "

110 comments:

  1. aaaaand the shitstorm comes in...

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    1. Get the umbrella ,it's about to come down.

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    1. Jerry Jones I think is the real culprit in the Cowboys mediocrity. Dude is not a GM. Hes has gotten the crazy Uncle Al (Davis) syndrome, and has been trying to go back to the well, too many times. The NFL evolves teams need to evolve with it. Davis right up to his death was trying to re-live the 70's... Joe Gibbs, he won 3 super bowls with 3 different qb's. He tried to come back with the style that made him a 3 time winner, only to find that didnt work anymore, the game had passed him up. The Packers after Lombardi spent the next 20 years trying to relive the "glory years" even hiring a few old Packer greats as coaches. They spent the Next 20 chasing the Lombardi ghost only to make the playoffs once in that span.

      Tony Romo would be fine in the right system. The failure falls on the GM to put the right pieces around him. Romo is not Aikman, Dez is not Irvin, and The second coming of Emmitt is not in the turnstill of RB's in the last 10 years. But its not for lack of trying to re create the magic. Its because of a crazy old man and his failure to move on.

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    1. Hello Timmy, how are those looney toons going? Any progress on your end? How is that tinfoil hat fitting these days? Have you gained weight? Oh what a shame.

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    2. Looney Toons your the same freak who says Jesus! You truly are a Moron!

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  4. What the? I googled taterhole and ended up here!

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    1. Welcome! Come for the taterholes and stay for the poop in a jar!

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  5. Sally here,

    I think that pizza had something in it. I have the runs like you would not believe!! And Melba is on the way over. Very stratigic!

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    1. Great Sally, just what I always wanted. Your taterhole with all the "fixins".

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    2. You are so Grosssssss...........

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  6. Lets have some fun this beat is sick, I wanna take a ride on your disco stick.

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  7. Yes,Yes, I see, I see,yes, but still, still,the preponderance of the mid tarsal break takes all precedence when analyzing evidence without capitulation and baltherskite.

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    1. Don't forget the ...oh crap... the ........

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    2. Ostaman pads. Thank you Todd.

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  8. To get actial comments in here, this is a HUGE claim that Igor is making. He is now bringing in Ketchum into this. If she does anything but denies this, then there is a good chance this could all be true. However, Igor has apparently lied in the past, so his word is not one to be trusted 100%

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    1. The truth is probably somewhere in the middle. Igor may be sincere about there being an article while exaggerating the quality of the landing spot. "Scientific reviewed journal"? Weird, but to be fair it may be a clumsy translation or something. I think Russian is his native language.

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    2. Do they translate Ranger Rick into Russian?

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    3. He lied when, 3:37 ? You're just throwing shit around here so shut up. Of course this species is probably a human of some kind, he should know too with their own Almas over there very human too.

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  9. gee wiz getin silly now this all stuff is fake no proper pics ...its either the bigfoot or the dogman
    come bin lids proof

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  10. Funny how the Sykes timeline is creeping up on us... Folks i think The lid on Sasquatch is about to BLOW!

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    1. Sykes has confirmed 20 samples were selected for the study. I don't know if any were from North America. It is possible that only alleged yeti samples will represent the cryptid part of his research. Not sure.

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  11. And if it pans out what then for all the naysayers and beat up Ketchum folks? Not coming down on either side, but may be interesting to see.

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  12. All I know is the last time I was outback in the bush,my girlfriend yelled, who farted, and all we could hear was a beast grunting.We smelt it and skeedaddled.

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  13. So somebody somewhere in the middle east got tired of banging their pet goats and tried an ape? I did'nt know they had Monkeys in the desert.

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    1. The Arabic bloodline is that of cain. The dna is different because Adam Fathered Able and Satan FATHERD Cain.

      It wasn't an Apple Eve tried folks.

      That is Why it looks Hybridized and yet shows Arabic.

      They have recorded them saying Enoch, and people who have claimed conversation with them claim they say they are the decendents of cain.

      This is why they can do some wierd shit!

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  14. The problem is that any "scientific journal" is already biased against anything Sasquatch, so it's likely any paper, however genuine and accurate, will do the rounds and get rejected by all the "experts" because, like Timmy, they all cling nervously to the There's No Such Thing nonsense.

    What journal would give this info a fair shake? The paper will doubtless go the rounds and be rejected for publication by all of them, and the author will be forced to publish it online, then all the silly Timmies of the world get to jump up and down that it wasn't published by a scientific journal.

    You see how that works?

    If the Timmies of the world would stop hyperventilating and relax and just let it go, we might get somewhere. But the implications for evolution vs. religion are huge and there will be big power and big money against these results being "respectably" published.

    The majority of scientists will be hyperventilating too, very nervous that this should be suppressed. If the paper is for real and accurate, the naysaying skeptics will probably continue to be able to have their cake and eat it too, because of its likely suppression.

    Skeptics want it both ways, you see.

    Also, there will be hired-gun scientists paid to attack the results and methods used. There will be endless attacks on this paper if published. It will just go on and on with some scientists damning it and claiming the results are faulty and false.

    It will be another case of the dueling experts, with non-experts wondering whom to believe.

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    1. If the article talks about nephilim and bibical giants no one in academia will even read it, no matter where it lands. If scientists read it and there is a debate about it, then it does not matter if its self-published or otherwise non-peer reviewed. There still will be academic activity around it, and that is what really matters.
      Remember, people engaged Grover Krantz even when his theories were published in books, not journals.

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    2. If you want to keep bias out of it then put a lid on Burtsev.

      BTW- saw Fasano in drag at Sears. No lie.

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    3. Are you fucking retarded. The Ketchum paper will never see the light of day because its bullshit, not because the journals wont publish it. Any geneticist presented with an unknown primate genome would jump all over it and make sure the world new about it. The discovery would be a career defining moment.

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    4. You're nuts, what did Paulides just write? Of course it's coming now so get that nice dish of crow ready.

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  15. Sounds like a bunch of hoohaa. Let's hear this from Dr. Ketchum herself! Let's see the actual study and photo's. Sounds like this is just in response to all those that are shouting pro-kill. Russian scientist shouting "they are human nonetheless". Is not going to stop the pro-kill stance. We will need a body for proof. Not words on paper.

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    1. And ya... They will release it to you. Your so special!

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    2. Spiro's weird. Who gives a damn what the idiot public thinks only the results matter, once proven real there will be bodies eventually for the world to see. Today DNA is science, you must live in another time.

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  16. Igor obviously has not read "You Are Sasquatch" or he would know man devolved from sasquatch in NORTH AMERICA! Not in Europe or the Mid East! DUH!
    Skeptics have NO answer for this!

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  17. Something's rotten in Russia. Maybe she's submitted maybe not, but the crap Igor is laying is just that.

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  18. Herb, where r u dude? Whats your take?

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  19. 15,000 years ago and beyond was a time when humans were getting smarter, developing hunt strategy, and domesticating animals. Large size was no longer necessary. The ice age was over and mammals were becoming more efficient.

    Nothing Igor says fits any scientific model. It cannot be correct. He has no credibility if he maintains this position.

    The Ketchum project was not a hoax. It was a fraud. Its purpose was to steal miney from a wealthy investor who was a Bigfoot advocate.

    You people have been made. The same will be said about this new study as well.

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    1. Wow, this is a first. I agree with Fatsano.

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    2. Tom Fasano is slowly becoming more efficient. In another 150,000 years he'll be able to spell.

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    3. They already stole all of the eeny meeny

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    4. This is not Fasano. You guys are idiots. It's an imposter!

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    5. Fasano you imbecilic dork, stfu. LOL You've lost in Bigfootery now deal with it like a man and go back to cab driving.

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    6. Are you kidding Anon 11:17 ! Thats not Fasano! Your making a fool of yourself.

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  20. Soon..very...very......sooon!

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  21. There seem to be some thinking that Igor has suggested that this Ketchum paper is going to be published in a Russian journal.
    To clarify, I think: Igor does not mean it will be published in Russia, but that he is aware of the results and it will eventually be published if it passes peer review. This isn't news. However, the recent situation in Russia involved false news reports that Igor refuted rather vehemently, and Igor sought to make a press release of some sort to correct the false statements and assumptions. His press release is the words above, apparently to be published in the Russian media.

    What is of some interest here is that he mentions "further analysis" of the DNA samples ongoing, seemingly separate from the Ketchum study. I wonder if he has samples in the Sykes study. If not, then we have yet another study on our hands.

    Also, here he is saying that Bigfoot are human, but not human, but still human:
    "It is human like us only different, a hybrid of a human with unknown species. Early field research shows that the Bigfoot/Sasquatches are massively intelligent which has enabled them to avoid detection to a large extent. They are different than us, however human nonetheless."

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    1. Igor has been discussing this today on our Facebook group page, here:
      https://www.facebook.com/groups/smartbigfoot/permalink/493379734027470/

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    2. Steve,do you listen to Rush?

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    3. I understand everything you're saying Steven, but why would Igor be the person to announce this?
      The Russians are well known for hoaxes so it's difficult to believe anything that comes from there. I don't completely disregard Dr. Burtsev, but a confirmation from a reliable source would help.
      I also thought, according to Ketchum, that no details could be released until the paper passed review. Dr. Burtsev doesn't give us all the details but he certainly gave more details than we have ever had regarding this particular study.

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    4. Rush the band, or Rush the political pundit?

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    5. rumferlife, Clockwork Angels, it kicks ass.

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    6. Absolutely,love vapor trails too

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    7. That makes you a top bigfoot researcher steve,I don't think moneymaker listens to Rush,maybe Bobo

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    8. Sasqui I know you like Rush

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    9. rumferlife, drinking the bacardi anejo cubano, I have "The Big Wheels" playing right now.

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    10. Steven, you are a friend of mine through Rush, you are a good man after all.

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    11. Seven cities of gold is right up there

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    12. Shows a lot of good taste in music,people love or hate Rush,speaks well that he likes it

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    13. Seven Cities of Gold was great live, it was the fifth time I have seen them live. I hope they continue to progress... So my favorite is... well hell, all of them as long as Neil Peart is the drummer... Headlong Flight, now that is a badass song.

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    14. That Neil Peart comment just earned you Matt Moneymakers job...Headlong flight is great and the garden is a beautiful song

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    15. Yesterday's band. Old stuff

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    16. We all have a garden to nurture and protect, that's the measure of a life.

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    17. 6:48, actually very new stuff from a band that has endured the test of time, the same three members for over 35 years, how many bands can claim that?

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    18. rumferlife is a very intelligent human being, he listens to Rush which is a thinking mans band. My favorite from CWA is Halo Effect. Peace my friend.

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    19. I will check them out...a shout out to all our Rush fans tonight...we can always see Geddy Lee through The Trees

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    20. Clockwork angels tour coming soon to my town

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    21. I usually disagree with almost all comments here, but, as a lover of Rush going back to 2112, I am glad we have all found something in common.

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    22. Rush and bigfoot,life is good

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    23. The great bearded ones, ZZ Top has been around with the same three members since 1969. Going on 44 years together. I like Rush, but have to put Billy, Dusty and Frank at the ZZ Top of my list of greatest bands.

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    24. View Neil Peart's "squatchy" drum kit here:

      http://m.facebook.com/groups/302563073109138#!/photo.php?fbid=4125814420099&id=1125554425&set=o.302563073109138&relevant_count=1&__user=542411982

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    25. Sasquai Nation,
      Igor never said he knew when or if the paper was coming out, or whether it would appear in Russia. All he did was write a press release about the DNA study to refute things said recently in the Russian media. It is THAT which is being published, so far as I can tell. What he said about the Ketchum results is nothing more than has already leaked in many different areas, especially with Stubstad talking to Lindsay. In other words, this is not news AT ALL. NOTHING new has been said, and there is no sign of the paper being published any time soon.

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    26. Skeptics you bet your asses this species is not the dumb ape you thought or hoped for.

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  22. It is human like us only different.They are different than us, only human.

    Thanks for clearing that all up, Ivan.

    If it's from Smeja's steak will he get the death sentence?






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    1. Very unlikely as until bigfoot is an accepted species, you can't be convicted of killing an myth. Plus in CA, anyone famous never gets convicted. All Mr Smeja has to say is "If the steak ain't fake, you can't make a glove fit from it". ;)

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  23. Believe me, it will never work, I spent five (count 'em five) years researching and writing a comprehensively detailed and documented academic paper regarding the overwhelming evidence of the existence of "Owl Man." (just to give you an idea, there were more than 10,000 footnotes included in the thesis). The paper was soundly rejected by every scientific journal in the world, although members of certain editorial boards told me confidentially that they were greatly persuaded by my research. To be frank, it is impossible for the mainstream scientific community to open their thick, ivy covered doors to anything smacking of cryptozoology. Sadly, this does not appear to be changing anytime soon.

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    1. Should have gone with Bat Man

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    2. Did you try Marvel comics?

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  24. Is this part of the Oxford-Lausanne Collateral Hominid Project?

    Was one of the yeti samples from that lovable gadabout Josh Gates?

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  25. Couldn't this stuff be expedited?

    If it's real it'd be important.

    I'm having my doubts about BF Steaks and some San Franie Liberal like Smeja pretending to be a Redneck Hunter. Just wanted a pay day in my eyes.

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    1. I prefer twix in my ear.

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    2. NOW THATS ABOUT THE LOWEST THING I EVER HEARD SAID ABOUT JUSTIN, HES NO LIBERAL. TAKE THAT BACK, THATS HORABLE TO CALL SOMEONE LIBERAL.

      REMEMBER, JUSTIN IS TELLING THE TRUTH--------- AND LIBERALS NORMALLY LIE, THTS HOW IT IS ----- UNDERSTAND.

      LIBERALS MAKE SHIT UP ------

      AND JUSTIN REALLY SHOT TWO BFOOTS!

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  26. "The manuscript associated with this study has been submitted to a scientific reviewed magazine."


    I don't see "and approved for publication" in his announcement.

    Most of this information has already been made available by Robert Lindsay and others.


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  27. when the sykes study comes out with only known animal are you footers gonna admit you were wrong?

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  28. Dr Ketchum's reply. "It is unfortunate that the partial summary of our data was released in this manner, however, I will be making a formal response in the next few days. Even though Igor Burtsev released this, it was not Dr. Burtsev's fault."

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  29. dr talkoutofarseski more like, expect melba to deny this in the morning.

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  30. Is Intern "Catchem" still relevant?

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  31. OMG I AM Nine year's old an i told Melody my grandma that bf's were a hybrid of a person an I was right.

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  32. I AGREE, STEVEN STREUFERT "IS" A GOOD GUY!!!

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    1. Has good taste in music too

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    2. Caps lock guy! Good to see ya again man..

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  33. THANKS!! GUY EDWARDS CALL ME " ALL CAPS" LOL.. GLAD TO BE BACK!!

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  34. Igor never said he knew when or if the paper was coming out, or whether it would appear in Russia. All he did was write a press release about the DNA study to refute things said recently in the Russian media. It is THAT which is being published, so far as I can tell. What he said about the Ketchum results is nothing more than has already leaked in many different areas, especially with Stubstad talking to Lindsay. In other words, this is not news AT ALL. NOTHING new has been said, and there is no sign of the paper being published any time soon.

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  35. your such a debbie downer steve! talk about letting the wind out of our sail..

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  36. Mitochondrial is all well and good but we need the nuclear to get the full picture and there has been no mention of this, admittedly it would be far less numerous in any samples but it needs to be extracted and it bothers me that it is not referred to in any press release.

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  37. Probably a hybrid of gigantopithecus and homosapiens. But then, there are other hominin and primate species we don't know about yet. They existed and are now extinct, leaving no trace or the traces have not been found yet. This could help explain why there seem to be geographical variations. The smaller skunk ape may have hybridized further with smaller humans, such as one of the smaller/shorter indian tribes in mexico. Just conjecture, but I am really excited to see and read the final release of info.

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