World's Only 24/7 Bigfoot News Blog: Encouraging readers to draw their own conclusions from the evidence and arguments.
Peace & love!!!
FFS! Same 2 U brother! FFS!
Dude the peace and love shit is kinda gay?
FFS! You an authority on that lmao FFS!
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Toodle doo fellas !:)
I like the part when the frog jumps in the water!
1. If you know the date, time and location, it would be possible to determine the height of the running figure based on the shadow cast. It would also be possible to return to the location, check the height of a tree and the length of the shadow cast by the tree and determine the height of the figure.2. Immediately below the initial location of the running creature, there is what appears to be an automobile.Clearly fake.
Assuming the tire tracks in the road were created by standard sized vehicles and not an M-1 tank, I'd guess this particular bigfoot tops out at 3'7".
There is a category for this type of sighting. I would regard it as a *possible* that can never be conclusive so not something I would spend time wringing my hands over.There are so many *probable* images being obtained now that offer new information about appearance, behavior and origin that it doesn't make sense to spend time on long-range images that can never convince anyone or that offer no scientific information.Just sayin'.
There are no probable images that offer anything worthwhile. They are all worthless when it comes to evidentiary value.
If you can't conclusively prove that a figure in a video is not a genuine bigfoot, then it is definitely a bigfoot.Peace and Love,Cucktomi
Got drone suit? I'll see myself out....
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If we knew the location, time and date, we should be able to find the angle of incidence for the sun, and thus the height of the subject, from the length of the shadow. (Slope could throw that off, but an onsite should establish that).https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-112.3728128,78m/data=!3m1!1e3 Actually, just finding a tree there, and getting the shadow length in the video, relative to the known height of the tree would accomplish that as well, but an onsite is definitely needed then.Foot speed should be easy to calculate too. These two things could shed light on whether those factors fall within human range.
oops, I see "haint" said almost the identical thing in their post already