Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Bigfoot Stories From The Pac West


From the PacWest Bigfoot channel on youtube:

Here are some true accounts and some Bigfoot stories from the PacWest! All of these stories are based on true accounts by the way. Many are real accounts shared by people for the first time on the PacWest Bigfoot blog, and here only. If you have a real account and would like to share your story please get hold of me here and let’s get your story out there…

21 comments:

  1. Tourettes Guy, your average skeptard troll! (Yes this is actually what they look like)

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=TcGJJ-egB40

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    1. Note that he's in a BASEMENT!

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    2. Sensitive because you look like the average Bigfoot researcher aren't you?

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  2. Dr. Squatch, your average Bigfoot researcher (Yes this is actually what he looks like)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoy9sGo19F8

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    1. Note that he's at a BIGFOOT CONVENTION!

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    2. Sensitive because you look like Tourettes Guy aren't you.

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    3. At least Dr. Squatch has the guts to show his face in public.

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    4. Basement dwelling skeptardian.

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    5. Yeah, that's me, the guy with all the proof!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMlurxLmGH0

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    6. yup, that's you, the guy who photoshops all his evidence !

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    1. Yes, now tell us all about your culture hopping, thousands year old conspiracy theory to explain away repeatable scientific evidence!

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  4. Repeatability practices were introduced by scientists Bland and Altman. For repeatability to be established, the following conditions must be in place: the same location; the same measurement procedure; the same observer; the same measuring instrument, used under the same conditions; and repetition over a short period of time.
    And in relation to this.... Bigfoot "Evidence"?????
    Nah. Quite a way to go before that claim is valid.

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    1. If the ridge characteristics in dermatoglyphics are consistent with other examples from Sasquatch footprints, are verified in collaboration with tens of scientists who have determined anatomy like heels, ankles, and Achilles' tendons... And are consistent with casts over a period of 50 years (after examining hundreds of alleged Sasquatch footprints), then this is repeatable scientific evidence.

      There are ways of testing biological evidence in the many hair samples found at locations of alleged Sasquatch activity, notably primatology and field biology in comparing against known primates' uniform morphology. If repeated samples are all morphologically congruent (ruling out hoaxing), and are definitively indistinguishable from classified human and non-human primates but uniquely uniform... Then again you have repeatable scientific evidence. Science is simply the process of using repeatable methods to acquire and understand verifiable facts and testable hypotheses.

      "A scientific theory is set forth to explain the available data in light of new information. All too often we hear people with an agenda exclaim, "it's only a theory" or "it's an untested theory". There is no such things as an untested theory! What makes a hypothesis into a theory is the fact that it has been tested and is supported by those test results. The "untested theory" is thus an oxymoron and I believe is used to deceive people about scientific issues."
      http://science.geologist-1011.net/

      Enjoy pretending this never happened.

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    2. 11:02 I have hundreds of examples of repeatable evidence!

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  5. Sudden shift from culture to dermatoglyphics. Telling.

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    1. Learn something about the cultures that have these creatures deep rooted... That are repeatedly seen in their contemporaries and later cultures that found each other's customs undesirable.

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