Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Bigfoot Audio Recorded Just Yesterday


From Robert Dodson comes more audio to go over. This batch was just recorded yesterday. There's quite a bit going on here. Have a listen:

36 comments:

  1. We know that bigfoot does not exist so the title on this video is misleading. I have emailed robert to let him know so he may correct this mistake. I wont be extending this kindness to others so be careful when uploading your bigfoot related videos. Keep bigfoot in the context of fiction and everything is cool. Carry on.

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    1. How's substantiating your impossible Bigfoot hoaxing conspiracy theory fiction going for ya, Disco Stue?

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  2. There's literally nothing going on in the Bigfoot world. This is a community which still barks on about a hoax from the 1960's, because there's nothing else to discuss.

    I bet Footers spend their evenings cheering themselves up by browsing BFRO reports from around the US, clicking their ruby-red slippered-feet together and weeping uncontrollably.

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    1. The root of Stuey's meltdown is the PGF. If you go back to early 2012, he started trolling this blog with insults & by repeatedly bringing up the PGF even when the immediate articles had nothing to do with it. He's of the JREF special pleading that the Bigfoot legend began with the PGF, which is a lie, and that there is no other evidence to substantiate this legend, which is another lie. He thinks that if he uses all the most readily accessible misinformation about the PGF, he debunks the subject and can rest being assured that he's done something with his existence. Until people like me came along and took away his cyber playground.
      When you go back on previous comment sections, and yes, I took the time to do that... You realise a lot. Stuey used to post as "JREF" and sometimes "451", and may have even used "Nick B" (the special pleading and misinformation is almost identical). What I realised with Stuey is that he's utterly, hopelessly obsessed with the PGF, and the reason he hates people like me is because I've deconstructed all of his best drivel.

      If footage of a creature that cannot be hoaxed (PGF) has a subject in it that leaves physical evidence behind that is not only found in another place in the States many years later... But is also found in another continent decades later, with different foot falls and impressions attesting to an actual biological foot, then you'd have to be in a perverse state of denial to suggest otherwise. The only thing that is holding this subject back is the requirement of extraordinary evidence for an extraordinary idea. There just needs to be the extraordinary effort to use that evidence.

      Schooled.

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    2. Sick Nick huh? Patty was his undoing was she? Now that you remind me I do recall he had such an un-natural obsession with the PGF. Now its been replaced with sexual acts and "plaster".

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    3. You're up at 2:20 AM, trawling through old comment sections to try to figure out who I am? Wow. Just wow.

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    4. I think your'e exactly right on that Iktomi.

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    5. I had reason to be up through the night about six moths ago, and took the liberty of trying to piece together your pathological denial. Nobody cares who you are, Stuey, your momma issues extend to not being important enough on the internet either.

      : (

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    6. Chick*stink*Chick's friend the male Chicken says she needs to do something about her constant vaganal yeast infection's,,
      However he says she enjoys the FISHEY STENCH ,,,EEEWWW!!
      HAAA HA HA HAAAA !

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    7. ^ Stinks and it smells!
      Ha ha ha ha HAAAHAAA!

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  3. Bigfooters see naturally occuring formations of leaning and fallen trees and declare that they are not natural and were instead created by Bigfoot. Here we see an accumulation of leaning or fallen dead trees which are supporting each other and preventing them from dropping all the way to the ground.

    They will commonly refer to these as "teepee structures" because they often resemble the foundation of Indian homes that were constructed by arranging tree trunks into an inverted cone shape. But this formation will occur naturally when trees lean or fall against each other in a forest. In some situations a teepee shape will be arrived at and may continue for decades with continued accumulation.

    These same people will see the beginnings of such formations with a single leaning tree or one that has fallen against another and is propped up by the limbs of the nearby supporting tree. This sets the stage for an eventual teepee. But these starts will be overlooked and the focus is in finding a more complete formation of more numerous accumulated trees. At that point it becomes a meaningful formation and they declare that it isn't natural and was made by Bigfoot or maybe people.

    There probably could be some fancy algorithm which predicts that these teepee formations will automatically appear when forest trees lean or fall at random.

    If you could have very long-term time lapse film of the forest you would see these teepee things "create themselves" without any intelligent agency. OMG... Teepees Happen!

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    1. Why is there a need for bigfooters to plant fake prints and false bigfoot reports and fake videos and then claim it as evidence? I never watch zombie movies and then say I see them, make zombie prints, and film zombie costumes. There is this strange need among bigfooters to pretend their monster is real.

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    2. Native tree structures explained;
      https://youtu.be/dfUGatmZRb0

      Giant version, 4mins 30seconds;
      https://youtu.be/lJHec5buJCk

      Glad I could help! Hoaxers from different continents would have to have guessed a shared morphology of Sasq'ets foot, encompassing total accuracy regarding bipedal evolution that only very few educated people understand.
      "To all these must now be added the fact that our supposed hoaxer is an expert on human anatomy with a very inventive mind. He was able to create from nothing all the details of how a foot might be redesigned to support a body weight several times that of a man. And he has continued to plant these tracks over more than a lifetime, always showing only vague hints of these anatomical peculiarities. These include great width of heel, a double ball, and a straighter row of similarly sized toes."
      http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/91-anatomy-of-the-sasquatch-foot

      Argh yes!! For thousands of years, there has been a culture hopping secret society of gorilla suit wearing pretenders, pretending that "Bigfoot" exists in the woods of North America. These pretenders, spanning different cultures, and though finding each others customs undesirable, have managed to pretend up the same creature with non-human primate features, when they didn't even know what one looked like, and have in fact managed to cheat experts with fake morphological traits that span decades and continents!

      "Bleevers" live in such a fantasy world, eh?

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    3. Yeah, its impossible to have hoaxers on more than 1 continent. I guess that shuts people up. LOL

      There was no written language in the US until after European colonization. All these bigfoot reports started after sensational publications exploited the Yeti in the late 50s, early 60s. BFRO lists bigfoot sightings in 49 states. Every US state has 10 foot monsters in the woods? How stupid can you be? Oh, yes, that's right. You are an idiot. I mean really.

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    4. Um... Yeah, it is. It's impossible for a hoaxer from another continent to hoax up the exact same archaic foot morphology, and then find a method of having this morphology arranged in a trackway, whereby such a trackway encompasses different footballs only indicative of a genuine biological foot... And THEN ensures that such a trackway is found by, & then fools a government employee.

      Here we go Stuey!
      http://bigfootevidence.blogspot.co.uk/2017/08/man-in-ohio-claims-to-have-shot-bigfoot.html?m=0
      ... I very recently corrected someone on this blog as to how oral histories work, and that things like true to size wall paintings document these hominins pretty much as profoundly as anything you else. One of the oldest native names for this creature is "Shoonshoonootr", one of the few native words to literally translate as “big foot”, giving us some indication of how long physical evidence for this creature has been surfacing. It is generally accepted by modern anthropology that Native Americans have inhabited North America for 14,000 years.

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    5. Anyway... I'm off to bed. Be sure to check in here in the early hours of your time zone, Stuey, as I'll make you look like an idiot in absentia if you don't!

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    6. Um, No, it's not. No one is giving the hoax the time of day except professional bigfoot role-players.

      There may be a native word called "Shoonshoonootr" but that is about it. Do you really believe that there is a multi billion dollar society-shaking industry that no one brilliant and/or wealthy is tapping into but you have inside knowledge on? Gullible fool.

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    7. Um yes, it is... If it's not, then please demonstrate how. 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. I'll check in later to see how you get on.

      And an earlier indigenous culture (anthropological data) mirroring reports of the same physical evidence is about as profound as Anything. Do you really believe that for thousands of years, there has been a culture hopping secret society of gorilla suit wearing conspirators all out to get your money? And that these people, though finding each others customs undesirable, and spanning from a time when they didn't even know what a non-human primate looked like, have in fact managed to hoax the exact same anatomical and behavioural traits, as well as cheat experts with fake morphological traits too?

      Something about gullible?

      Laters.

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    8. Yes, you're the definition of gullible. No one is going to waste time with every hoax you present. Imagine how fortunate you are that with all the billionaires and multi millionaires in the world who could easily invest in as many expeditions it took to source lol a bigfoot and expand their fame and fortune exponentially... you, a guy who jumped from being totally uneducated to scientist/debator overnight, possesses information that the most brilliant and wealthy minds WILL NOT INVEST A PENNY IN.

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    9. So by "refusing to waste your time", you mean you can't, and are stupid? What else could anyone else possibly think, of you cannot substantiate what according to you is so easy, so obvious? Thought so... It's always funny to clock back in and see you fail. AGAIN. I tell you what's a waste of time, asserting Bigfoot doesn't exist every day of your life for the past six years, and only having a series of logical fallacies and a conspiracy theory for substance.

      And Stuey? All the billionaires and multi-millionaires in the entire world could laugh at the prospect of "Bigfoot" being real... A lack of expedition to source a cadaver, does not disprove the existence of the mammal leaving 60 years' worth of physical sign...

      That's a negative proof fallacy.

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    10. LOL Bigfooters misinterpreting hoaxer and storyteller mischief is not a mammal leaving 60 years' worth of physical signs.

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    11. Nargh... Things like this are;
      http://www2.isu.edu/rhi/pdf/JSE-303-Meldrum.pdf
      The paper published in the Journal of Scientific Exploration, Vol. 30, No. 3, pp. 356–374, 2016.

      Enjoys.

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    12. The conventions of zoological taxonomy require a type specimen to establish the existence of a new species.

      True or false, ikdummy?

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    13. "... misinterpreting hoaxer and storyteller mischief..."

      Your burden, Stuey.

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    14. The conventions of zoological taxonomy require a type specimen to establish the existence of a new species.

      True or false, ikdummy?

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    15. Good god, what a meltdown... Ha ha ha!!

      False... A knew species may be reliably documented, as long as evidence is scientifically repeatable. Classification may be elduded due to endangered numbers to harvest a specimen, a lack of expedition to source a cadaver, etc.

      Research does not start with classification. If something isn't shown to exist, then people are unaware of any such creature to study, and efforts to classify cannot occur.

      Child's level stuff.

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    16. ikdummy: "False..."

      "I should reiterate my acknowledgement that the conventions of zoological taxonomy require a type specimen to establish the existence of a new species." ~Jeffrey Meldrum

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    17. False... For example; Bili Ape. The Bili Ape required no such classification prior to expeditions occurring to document one via footage. Plus, I believe Jeff is obviously drawing upon a potential new classification of a new species, as opposed to whether the creature exists pre-classification.

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    18. What? "Bili Ape required no such classification prior to expeditions occurring to document one via footage"


      What does that have to do with Meldrum's statement?

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    19. Iktomi schooling the trolls every day all year round. You'd think the trolls would have conceded defeat by now. Gotta give them credit for being so persistent in the face of defeat after defeat after defeat.
      Glorious victories that we shall celebrate daily on here

      Joe

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    20. It has nothing to do with Meldrum's statement... it has everything to do with your embarrassing version of it, and how field biology works.

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  4. ikdummy: "False..."

    "I should reiterate my acknowledgement that the conventions of zoological taxonomy require a type specimen to establish the existence of a new species." ~Jeffrey Meldrum

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