Monday, May 30, 2016

Bigfoot Hunter Checks His Bait Trap and Whistles?


Robert Dodson continues his quest for bigfoot in Southeastern Oklahoma.


12 comments:

  1. It's odd how Bigfoot is the only fringe topic where its "skeptics" are more demented and obsessed than its "believers".

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    1. So you admit that believers are demented and obsessed?

      You should probably read what you paste first.

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    2. Sure!! We believe that there is an extant caveman residing in wilderness areas! You have to be a little bit loony to subscribe to that... Until you actually fathom the evidence to be convinced by.

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    3. A caveman that maintains a stable breeding population and yet has produced no art, manufactures no tools, leaves no physical remains, especially ion caves, doesn't use fire, and on and on and on.

      That's as crazy as the portal apologists.

      How can it be a caveman when it leaves no traces in any caves and the best visual data we have clearly shows it's not a man?

      If Patty is a "caveman" then it's a caveman in a monkey suit.

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    4. Actually, David Claerr has put a great book together about the usage of stone tools which was researched at Mike Brookreson's research area. Scott Nelson has transcribed from the Sierra Sounds what appears to be a complex language. Given the high frequency of science journals that account for such large human remains being found, and the long standing cultures to which state that Sasquatch are another tribe of large humans that have shared burial mounds, one does not require Sherlock Holmes to identify culture from this... In fact burial and language are culture in its purest.

      There is nothing in the best visual data we have (the PGF) that cannot be attributed to hominids across our entire lineage.

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    5. I'll be back tomorrow to answer any comments left here.

      Peace!!

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    6. 3:45 is a sensible reasoned rational individual with valid points

      4:09 is just mentally ill

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    7. Oh please. Nothing Claerr found points to bigfoot. Not a single thing. It's just wishful thinking. Wishful thinking is not evidence.

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    8. "Wishful thinking"... The irony. Get his book and prove him wrong.

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  2. "it’s a sociological phenomenon, not a zoological one"

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    1. Donald's cut and paste doesn't demonstrate how this topic is a sociological phenomenon, not a zoological one... Words are wonderful, it's scientific data that makes the world go around.

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  3. So he says the BF are probably down by the creek..SO WHY AREN'T YOU DOWN BY THE CREEK???

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