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Fact: there have been many more bigfoot conferences than actual bigfoots in existence, in fact the number is greater by exactly the number of bigfoot conferences
The brochure for this conference says that they are bringing in a live bigfoot in a cage at the end of the conference.
they wheeling out bob h in his monkey suit again?
Fact: all trolls have mental issues . Trolls truly enjoy making you feel bad. To quote the authors once more (because this is a truly quotable article): "Both trolls and sadists feel sadistic glee at the distress of others. Sadists just want to have fun ... and the Internet is their playground!"go find another sandbox chumJoe
4:06... That, I believe was your fourth prayer of the day. Still no sign of you lifting that heavy burden... Anyone would think you're of limited intelligence, failing in proving something so allegedly obvious. Poor dumb fundie.
Doesn't Bob Gimlin tell the same story? Can't you just see "the legend" on YouTube?
he doesnt tell the same story that he told packham though.. that wouldnt go down well
"By the BBC's standards, Packham's narration and investigative style is amazingly self-serving, and strangely self-contradictory. Among Packham's tricks was his clever editing of the phone call with Bob Gimlin. What you don't see or hear in the documentary: Packham manipulatively goaded Gimlin on the phone into making some type of equivocating statement about the footage. Packham needed that type of statement from Gimlin. He needed something he could deceptively twist as "confession" by Gimlin that he's "not entirely sure" of what he saw that day. Packham goaded that type of statement by asking Gimlin, in such a tone as to gauge his reasonability ... if there could have been "any possibility at all" that it was a hoax. To which Gimlin gave an answer demonstrating that he wasn't too narrow-minded to consider the hoax possibility. Gimlin says Packham edited the phone conversation so it sounded like Packham merely asked Gimlin whether he "thinks it was a man rather than an animal." In that context Gimlin's response sounds much more equivocating than it was intended to be. But Packham had what he needed -- a statement that could be stretched to sound like doubts on the part of Gimlin. Not unlike Greg Long, Packham was on a predetermined mission to cast doubt on Roger and the footage. He had promises to keep back home."
He's free to get all out of Bigfoot any time he wants, and if he were sincere in his quest, the only science-based conclusion he could derive from his decades of research is that there's no such thing. The fact that he hasn't and he won't do that simply reinforces that he's a snake oil salesman pushing pseudoscience to the ignorant masses for personal gain.
Awh man! You couldn't even understand the science behind the evidence for Sasquatch. The definition of pseudoscience is a collection of beliefs or practices mistakenly regarded as being based on scientific method. relying on the opinion of scientists who haven't even looked at the evidence, adhering to a many thousand year old conspiracy, or reclining on conclusions on various forms of evidence that point to the same phenomena, that can't be supported by solid scientific data; would be pseudoscientific.
The guy who failed at this; http://www.bigfoot-lives.com/assets/images/comparison1.JPG... The anon up top thinks failing as comprehensively as that, as well as editing a phone call with Gimlin Goebbels style, amounts to Packham being hailed a hero... Packham being the type of person who resorts to the "comparison" up top and passes it off as accurate? As someone who was given a PHD... Packham flunked at it originally, wasn't remotely qualified and only as qualified as the next children's TV presenter to pass his opinion on the matter years ago, and attained even less integrity given his methods of trying to get children sleep better at night.