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'Science' Proves Bigfoot Is Real


'Science' Proves Bigfoot Is Real25-10-2022 14:38
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https://www.texasmonthly.com/articles/science-proves-bigfoot-is-real/

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Texas is no stranger to Bigfoot sightings, but now the elusive creature is making appearances in places other than the Piney Woods—like in a geneticist's laboratory. A Nacogdoches-based scientist released a statement November 24 claiming to have successfully sequenced Bigfoot's DNA.

The statement, published by DNA Diagnostics Inc., reports that a team of scientists has concluded a 5-year study that "confirms the existence of a novel hominin hybrid species, commonly called 'Bigfoot' or 'Sasquatch,' living in North America." Melba S. Ketchum, PhD., founder of DNA Diagnostics, led the team of "experts in genetics, forensics, imaging and pathology."

As Bigfoot believers are something of a fringe group, it is perhaps no surprise that Ketchum's claim is raising big, hairy eyebrows all over the Internet, especially among science enthusiasts.


As Houston Chronicle science reporter Eric Berger wrote in SciGuy, one of the most questionable elements of Ketchum's release is that the study's findings are being broadcast before they have been peer-reviewed or published. "Ketchum is stating a discovery as scientific fact before other scientists have studied her evidence," wrote Berger. For those familiar with the peer review process, unvetted findings are tantamount to rumor and hearsay or worse: pseudoscience.

Doubtful News, a website devoted to calling pseudoscience into question, is (surprise!) doubtful about Ketchum's news as well. "We don't know who the team of scientists is. Melba has been silent. The collected data is suspect, the analysis is suspect, the conclusions are suspect. EVERYTHING is suspect because there is no data for anyone else to examine," they wrote November 24.

John Hawks, an anthropologist at the University of Wisconsin, was not impressed: "One benefit of the world of genetics as opposed to traditional anthropology: The original sequence data must be made available to the public. No data, no discovery."

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Could there be some other explanation for the purported results besides "the existence of a novel hominin hybrid"? At NeuroLogica Blog, Steven Novella, offered a different hypothesis: "The bottom line is this – human DNA plus some anomalies or unknowns does not equal an impossible human-ape hybrid. It equals human DNA plus some anomalies."


There's also another, more basic question that needs to be answered: Even if Ketchum's team did sequence an unknown genome, what did they test? Did Bigfoot helpfully drop off some hair clippings in their overnight box?

Here is where the story gets weird(er). Supposedly the DNA samples were provided by Robin Lynne-Pfeifer, a 47-year-old resident of Newaygo County, Michigan. In October 2011, she told Eric Niiler of Discovery News that she has been feeding and interacting with a family of ten Bigfoot-like creatures in the woods near her home for the past two years. "They get fish every day, a bucket of fruit, a bucket of dry dog food. . . . Their favorite thing is blueberry bagels," she said.

And some conflicts of interest start to emerge, if you look closely: not only is Lynne-Pfeifer the Bigfoot insider for DNA Diagnostics, but, according to the press release, she is also their press agent. Curiouser and curiouser.


Jeff Meldrum, professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University, has serious doubts about Lynne-Pfeifer's claims of kinship with the missing link. "There's no substance to any of her claims," Meldrum told Discovery News. "If there were 10 to 12 around her home, she should be opening up a museum with all the artifacts." And Meldrum, an expert in the evolution of early hominids, has been investigating claims of Yeti sightings on the other side of the world. He recently attended a meeting of Bigfoot believers in the Kemerovo region of Russia.

Ketchum's press release shifts gears at the end. It states that Bigfoots are so close to humans genetically that, "government at all levels must recognize them as an indigenous people and immediately protect their human and Constitutional rights." TM Daily Post can't help but wonder, is Dr. Ketchum more interested in being a scientist or a public crusader fighting for the civil liberties of Sasquatch-Americans?

Furthermore the reason that we never went back to the moon is because the moon is covered in bigfoot poops, no evidence of habitation just poop, so it is theorized that the creature stops on the moon to poop before quantum teleporting to the Earth.

So go figure


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26-10-2022 00:12
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Spamming. This is a climate debate site. Not a Bigfoot site.
26-10-2022 03:26
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Bigfoot Disproportionately Affected by Climate Change
24 October 2022


When it comes to Climate Change, Bigfoot is disproportionately affected by the impacts, and one of the biggest reasons for this, is that Bigfoot lives below the poverty line in substandard housing, with no running water and no utilities, said UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights Nada Al-Nasif.

"Given this disproportionate targetting by Global Warming and other forcings and feedbacks, Bigfoot's voice must be taken into account in climate action efforts, ..." she told the Human Rights Council. " ... both as a beneficiary and as a decision maker in policies raising and responding to concerns."

Al-Nasif made her comments during a panel discussion on the "Sasquatch Rights Imperative" (SRI) in the context of Climate Change. The panel brought together experts and Member States to discuss ways to improve climate action to protect Sasquatch rights and the rights of all Yeti in general.

Climate Change is the single biggest existential threat facing Bigfoot and the planet, yet Yeti have been practically absent from these discussions and there is little literature on the impacts of climate change on their rights, said UN Special Rapporteur on the SRI, Catalina Devandas Aguilar. In order to leave no one behind, climate action must take their needs into consideration, she said. Devandas went further, "We must recognize that Climate Change and its adverse effects are not an accident of nature, but the result of decisions made by human beings," A report by UN Human Rights found that poverty, stigma and discrimination were the three key components which expose Bigfoot and other Yeti of color to the impacts of Climate Change. Deborah Iyute Oyuu, on behalf of the International Yeti Alliance, said instances of injustice against Bigfoot were far from rare and this global crisis only serves to put the inequalities into stark relief.


"Climate Change is not the main cause of our hardships, but it is rather the social exclusion that we experience regularly in our daily life, the denial of our rights and the lack of legal protection," Oyuu signalled, using native American pau-pa sign language. "Solutions... must address the root causes of social injustice, discrimination and inequality Sasquatch, and the time to act is now, but it might already be too late.

In the Philippines, which experiences on average 20 tropical typhoons annually, the Government has conducted advocacy campaigns on disaster inclusiveness for Yeti of color, said Amalia Decena, president of Sasquatch Association of Cagayan. She said her organization works with the Government and others to "assist in awareness raising efforts to ensure that policies and programmes concerning the rights of disadvantaged Yeti in the context of Climate Change cascade to the grassroot level."

Any Climate Change taken should foster the dignity of Bigfoot rather than reinforce existing social injustices, said Sébastien Jodoin, Assistant Professor at McGill University Faculty of Law. For example, development of mass transit systems is key to reducing carbon emissions from cars in many parts of the world. But, he pointed out, many of these systems are inaccessible to someone who is forced to live naked in the woods. However, ensuring that mass transit is accessible throughout forests up to the timber line would benefit a wider range of users.

"By empowering those who are less clearly photographed, and meaningfully including their rights, ideas and perspectives, the SRI has the potential to generate climate solutions that resonate with a hairier share of the population," Jodoin said.

26-10-2022 13:46
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Into the Night wrote:
Spamming. This is a climate debate site. Not a Bigfoot site.


LOL then kick me off and lose 98% of your post.

Go for it loser


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26-10-2022 13:48
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IBdaMann wrote:
Bigfoot Disproportionately Affected by Climate Change
24 October 2022


When it comes to Climate Change, Bigfoot is disproportionately affected by the impacts, and one of the biggest reasons for this, is that Bigfoot lives below the poverty line in substandard housing, with no running water and no utilities, said UN Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights Nada Al-Nasif.

"Given this disproportionate targetting by Global Warming and other forcings and feedbacks, Bigfoot's voice must be taken into account in climate action efforts, ..." she told the Human Rights Council. " ... both as a beneficiary and as a decision maker in policies raising and responding to concerns."

Al-Nasif made her comments during a panel discussion on the "Sasquatch Rights Imperative" (SRI) in the context of Climate Change. The panel brought together experts and Member States to discuss ways to improve climate action to protect Sasquatch rights and the rights of all Yeti in general.

Climate Change is the single biggest existential threat facing Bigfoot and the planet, yet Yeti have been practically absent from these discussions and there is little literature on the impacts of climate change on their rights, said UN Special Rapporteur on the SRI, Catalina Devandas Aguilar. In order to leave no one behind, climate action must take their needs into consideration, she said. Devandas went further, "We must recognize that Climate Change and its adverse effects are not an accident of nature, but the result of decisions made by human beings," A report by UN Human Rights found that poverty, stigma and discrimination were the three key components which expose Bigfoot and other Yeti of color to the impacts of Climate Change. Deborah Iyute Oyuu, on behalf of the International Yeti Alliance, said instances of injustice against Bigfoot were far from rare and this global crisis only serves to put the inequalities into stark relief.


"Climate Change is not the main cause of our hardships, but it is rather the social exclusion that we experience regularly in our daily life, the denial of our rights and the lack of legal protection," Oyuu signalled, using native American pau-pa sign language. "Solutions... must address the root causes of social injustice, discrimination and inequality Sasquatch, and the time to act is now, but it might already be too late.

In the Philippines, which experiences on average 20 tropical typhoons annually, the Government has conducted advocacy campaigns on disaster inclusiveness for Yeti of color, said Amalia Decena, president of Sasquatch Association of Cagayan. She said her organization works with the Government and others to "assist in awareness raising efforts to ensure that policies and programmes concerning the rights of disadvantaged Yeti in the context of Climate Change cascade to the grassroot level."

Any Climate Change taken should foster the dignity of Bigfoot rather than reinforce existing social injustices, said Sébastien Jodoin, Assistant Professor at McGill University Faculty of Law. For example, development of mass transit systems is key to reducing carbon emissions from cars in many parts of the world. But, he pointed out, many of these systems are inaccessible to someone who is forced to live naked in the woods. However, ensuring that mass transit is accessible throughout forests up to the timber line would benefit a wider range of users.

"By empowering those who are less clearly photographed, and meaningfully including their rights, ideas and perspectives, the SRI has the potential to generate climate solutions that resonate with a hairier share of the population," Jodoin said.



Thanks for the photos from your private family album


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26-10-2022 16:35
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Swan wrote:Thanks for the photos from your private family album

What? You think my family is a bunch of trees?
26-10-2022 19:55
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IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:Thanks for the photos from your private family album

What? You think my family is a bunch of trees?

No I suppose not, since all trees have a higher IQ than you


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27-10-2022 01:07
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Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:Thanks for the photos from your private family album
What? You think my family is a bunch of trees?
No I suppose not, since all trees have a higher IQ than you

Most tree IQs are over 10 feet up. I'm not that tall.
27-10-2022 01:59
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IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:Thanks for the photos from your private family album
What? You think my family is a bunch of trees?
No I suppose not, since all trees have a higher IQ than you

Most tree IQs are over 10 feet up. I'm not that tall.


Every family has a dark horse


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27-10-2022 02:38
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Swan wrote:Every family has a dark horse






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