BigfootWeekend September Expedition

Thursday, December 6, 2012

David Claerr's "The Origin of Bigfoot", How Ketchum's Bigfoot Is Possible


David Claerr at Yahoo! Voices has a fascinated piece on "The Theory of Human Hyridization with an Archaic Hominin Lineage", which presents the theory of Sasquatch origins or the hybridization of modern human with an archaic hominin. His article identifies the historical epoch and geographic location where this event occurred.

According to Dr. Melba Ketchum, this hybridization probably took place about 15,000 years ago. The theory is that a human female mated with one of the "hairy giants" (or the Ancient Ones) and gave birth to a new lineage of hominins, a mitochondrial "Eve" for what we now call the Sasquatch.

You can check out Claerr's article here: voices.yahoo.com

21 comments:

  1. First squatch! oh there he goes!

    ReplyDelete
  2. i love whoppers,ill take second

    ReplyDelete
  3. Very interesting article. That's pretty cool. Um. I may have imagined it. Hold on. No. No way. Dude that is not cool. I thought I seen a dude kissing a chimp. And I was thinking,,no,that can't be,,maybe I'm really stressed. I looked again. And yes. There is a dude kissing a chimp. That is so not cool. Lol

    ReplyDelete
  4. Bullfeathers, no hybridization involved, just a common history of evolution dating back around 6.5 million years when bipeds separated from the great apes. A great deal of speciation occurred for the next 4 million years, out of which humans began to evolve about 3.5 million years ago. Sasquatch, if it exists, is surely a remnant of the earlier speciation. No angels or hybridization, just evolution!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. We must not forget that evolution is still just a theory and not 100% proven.

      Delete
  5. Bill Munns is perpetrating artistic and intellectual fraud again.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Seriously you fuckers the likeness he put forth on bff for the Patty head/bust/mask/BobGwalkthrough/open to his own biased interpretation looks surprisingly like:

      NOTHING WE'VE SEEN ON THE PGF FILM REAL

      For a guy who has viewed the film more than any of us, artistic interpretation isn't an option.

      Munn's job was to claymake something closely resembling what is seen in the film.

      He failed fantastically to do so. He levelled the head to the point you could dine on in comfortably.

      At least the patio furniture is no longer swinging from a helicopter. Looking forward to other brilliant ways to prove bigfoot's existence.

      Maybe if you dangled a camera from the abyss of a giant taterhole...

      Delete
  6. Fascinating article. It was only a few days ago that I read the article that Mr. Claerr published about the hybridization theory in July 2011 (must have missed it while on vacation at that time) that was months before I read about it anywhere else and I would suggest to those really into Bigfootology to read it also. I would like to know what David's other sources for genetic study are. I consider him on the cutting edge of this science, but whether it proves right or wrong only time will tell.

    Chuck

    ReplyDelete
  7. The guy kissing the chimp is Charelton Heston. This is from the original movie "The Planet of the Apes".

    ReplyDelete
  8. When I read something like:

    "According to Dr. Melba Ketchum, this hybridization probably took place about 15,000 years ago."

    This sound like blah-blah-blah and I understand why Ketchum's paper is rejected and I didn't consider the way DNA sample were collected. First, on formal paper you should never mix unbiased data with unsustainable hypothesis. Second, test results must be submitted with all the rigor that science requires, no place for interpretation. And please, consider that bigfoot are not half-human but they could share some genomes with human beings which is not the same thing when you consider origins of bigfoot.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Well, Richard Stubstad had a very close Hupothesis.

    ReplyDelete
  10. To me this sounds like people are still looking for the "missing link".

    ReplyDelete
  11. David Claerr = fuctard taterhole!

    ReplyDelete