Friday, January 8, 2016

Group Conducts Four Year Study Into Bigfoot Structures


Are log structures related to bigfoot activity? That's the question the RMSO wanted to answer, so they conducted a four year study plotting log structures on their GPS. They claim that most of their footprint finds are in areas with these structures. Check it out:


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    1. Good work on the last thread. Joe got blown the fu ck out.

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    2. TRUMP to save US all in 2016

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    3. You probably don't even own your own desktop. One day I might read a remotely threatening argument with those ">>>" of yours regarding the subject matter, ha ha ha ha!! Until then; I think sh*t hurling and answering your own comment is your level.

      Oh...
      AND KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK KELLY SHAW!!!!!!

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    4. If "keeping up the good work" involves doing absolutely fu ck all and producing absolutely no evidence then its no wonder the bigfoot community is a laughing stock.

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    5. >>One day I might read a remotely threatening argument with those ">>>" of yours

      Very doubtful. No need to threaten anyone over a joke. I just like to use your own words against you. It has been very effective.

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    6. 12:55... Kelly Shaw very regularly attains some excellent track castings from very remote areas... But you would know this since you have taken the time to learn something this subject of course?

      12:58... I think your comment would be a euphemism for "backtracking should I ask just where you allegedly own me". Like I said... I think sh*t hurling is your bag.

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    7. >> I think sh*t hurling is your bag.

      Umm....yes it is. No debate there.

      >> should I ask just where you allegedly own me

      I have no problem providing that link.

      http://bigfootevidence.blogspot.com/2015/12/author-takes-look-at-obsessive-search.html#moretop

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    8. Argh yes!! And you "took me apart" just how exactly? By missunderstanding what the word "peer" means and then getting listed the best conservationists and primatologists who are a part of Meldrum's editorial board? By using the lame argument that he gets paid for his work, when, that's what all scientists who publish books do? Oh please... You make me cringe at the best of times, but patting yourself on the back when after all that silliness, you didn't actually present even one argument against Meldrum's work is seriously embarrassing.

      I personally, I wouldn't have posted that link if I were you, pal.

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    9. >>I personally, I wouldn't have posted that link if I were you, pal.

      Yeah OK.

      Except you didn't. You asked I provided. Nothing more.

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    10. Yeah other scientists participate in sensationalist tv shows, sell the equivalent of fake footprints, attend very numerous paid conventions, and believe in the Book of Mormon.

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    11. 2:05... No, you did... At your expense.

      2:06... I wonder what category your born into religious practices should determine of you?

      "A superficial consideration of the Book of Mormon account has led to misconceptions ... that all Native Americans are Lehi's direct descendants. ...The notion has arisen that modern DNA research will either vindicate or refute the Book of Mormon."

      "One theory he gives is that the current native american population is indeed from Bering Strait migrations, but not migrations of 10,000 years ago, rather from recent migrations. He quotes: Michael Crawford, from the Department... In this statement perhaps Meldrum is finding evidence that genetic drift or dilution ocurred for Lehi's descendants because of the influx of Siberian immigrants through modern times."

      Some important questions being attempted at answering here. "Sensationalism, fake footprints" requires a little substance for such claims, but we all know you're not very good at delivering on that... Nobody will be holding their breath. Scientists, expecially pioneering ones, get paid for their hard work. Deal with it backward boy.

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    12. I didn't know Sensationalism and fake footprints required much more definition.

      In this case scripted reality tv shows with outrageous claims will suffice for the first. Fake footprints, well, they are not real and have known to be fakes.

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    13. I love it when you use the word cringe. Makes me tingle!

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    14. its very evident that joe fears the >>> troll. He just keeps blowing joe the F#ck out of the water!!!! YES YES YES!!!!

      ALL HAIL TROLLANDIA!!!!

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    15. 2:23... There is a burden that falls upon the claimant; and the more extraordinary a claim, the heavier is the burden of proof demanded. If a critic asserts that there is evidence for disproof, he is making a claim and therefore also has to bear a burden of proof... If thousands of years of cultural and contemporary acknowledgment of this creature is "sensationalist", and if every footprint is hoaxed; here in lies your burden. Get busy! Oh... And if you're referring to Finding Bigfoot, nobody with a brain can see how you're not gonna find a single thing screaming in the woods at night with a film crew. Sorry to have to point out the obvious... But I've come accustomed to it in your case.

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    16. I would love to see how the premiss you support @7:05 would go over in a scientific audience. I don't believe it would go very well for you. You of course would say they aren't qualified...lol.

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    17. It's spelled "premise", and it's gone down as good as getting the attention of the very best conservationists and primatologists agreeing there is something genuine to reports.

      Learn something, kid.

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    18. Uh, "premiss" is an accepted spelling variation. Nobody seems to object when you use the British spelling of words because they know it's a variation. Consider this a teaching moment.

      They may agree that there is something genuine to the reports but I don't think they would agree to your burden of proof requirements in reverse.

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    19. "A teaching moment"? Brother... You've done nothing but learn the day you thought you could mix it with people who know the subject matter better than you.

      The burden lies with anyone making a claim... You are not somehow special than anyone else, and are not excluded from having to reinforce yours.

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    20. Yes, a teaching moment - I showed you that premiss is an acceptable spelling but you just ignore that don't you? You can't even acknowledge being wrong on a small thing. What a loser. Your self esteem requires that you fight losing battles on a Bigfoot forum. Damn you are one pathetic son a b itch.

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    21. Actually he's just a fool.

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    22. 11:00... Oh you showed me, ha ha ha! I'm "fighting a losing battle", yet waiting for you to put your big boy pants on and give me a REAL teaching moment on the immediate subject matter... Tell me, for something so allegedly obvious, where my "losing battle"? That's how I can take the Mickey out of your grammar, I stoop too low in addressing you... Tell me, how can that possibly be something to affect my self esteem?

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  2. Kelly Shaw...Bigfooting's angry irrational man.

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    1. I like Kelly Shaws Great Big 3 incher!

      Joe

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  3. sometimes homeless folk build structures in the bush so you thinking that's a bigfoot structure but its a structure built be homeless living in the bush and off the grid

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  4. >>Good work on the last thread. Joe got blown the fu ck out.

    Its my day off. I have about 90 minutes to kill yet. Until then the hits will keep coming.

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    1. You do realise that you're using those ">>>>" whilst pretending to be someone else, right?

      Village idiot.

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    2. You do realize that you are a jerk off (a tosser).


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    3. >>You do realise that you're using those ">>>>" whilst pretending to be someone else, right?

      What? I use that as a way to quote people. I am pretending to be no one but myself.

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    4. >>>> What if the stupid man calls the clever man a village idiot? That would be cringey.

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    5. Joe is taking an epic beating today at the hands of many trolls. I especially love the >>> troll. You are a hero to us other low level trolls. Please continue!! You serve up joetomi like no one else. You are a legend, now entering companionship with daniel and dmaker. YES YES YES!!!!

      Oh yeah and..... joe, lktomi, joerg, richard 1, tim u.k., stonereader 1, abholi falla, gerald

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    6. It must be a real knock to the self esteem if you've gotta cheer yourself on.

      (Sigh)

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    7. What does it say about your self esteem that you struggle with the relatively easy competition here? You are the equivalent of a rookie league player with no game.

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    8. "Struggle with relatively easy competition"? Son... Last time I checked, I'm the one waiting on counter arguments for the stuff I've posted?

      (Pffffft!!!)

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    9. Last time I checked you were dodging direct questions and deflecting from truth. No problems there!

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    10. Buddy... Your literary shortcomings aren't anyone else's deflections. We're going into our tenth hour and you still don't get it?

      (Sigh)

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    11. Taking admonishment from a mentally deficient mongoloid like you is laughable. Oh I get that you are a fraud. Your self esteem is tied to waging Bigfoot battles. Perhaps you should inquire about help. I hear it doesn't cost you anything over there.

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    12. Wasting your time on a dime a dozen fool.

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    14. "Self esteem, self esteem..." Did I teach you a new couple of words, you seem incapable of being able to have an original thought process, dear boy? If I was over at sites dedicated to personality disorders because I was worried what they were thinking, THEN someone could accuse my of having a self esteem issue with the likes of you. Anyone who makes fun out of disabled people surely can't be talking about battles that are allegedly won and lost... Only the King of losers would be so much of a coward doing that from behind anonimaty.

      Cowards do what they gotta do, I guess!

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    15. As if you aren't anonymous. I wasn't making fun of anyone but you cupcake.

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    16. You're a little coward... Just remember that when you're getting tough and insulting disabled people online whilst anonymous.

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    17. Iktomi has all the signs of someone who's been bullied in real life and finally can fight back on the Internet. I imagine he would be very quite & polite in person.

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