Discussion in 'The Cesspool' started by Magical Realist, Mar 16, 2015.
This applies to you better than anyone else here.
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Like I said, she's sure they exist and even mentions the hair samples they have gotten and the numerous accounts of them from 30 books. So that basically backs up what I said. Jane Goodall believes in Bigfoot.
As for your usual tripe, just more of BS about rock-throwing bears and there being no evidence. You are pretty much a stuck record aren't you? You don't even respond to my arguments. You just ignore them and repeat the same old unevidenced claims about some sort of hoax and rock-throwing bears. Like I said, you have no argument to make here. That much is clear.
Survivorman Les Stroud's Bigfoot encounter:
Various video and photos of Bigfoot:
Group of people spot a Bigfoot in the trees:
Elk hunters capture Bigfoot on video:
Provo Canyon footage:
Yellowtop Colorado footage:
Police dash cam video:
9 extraordinary frames from hunter's stealth cam:
The Paul Freeman footage:
Rafters on McKenzie River in Oregon capture 2 Bigfoots (Bigfeet?)
North Carolina deer hunters capture Bigfoot on video:
Hikers capture Bigfoot in the distance:
Memorial Day footage:
Sequoia National Forest CA video:
Bigfoot audio clips:
Whoops and howls with 9-11 call:
Dermal ridges on Bigfoot print casts:
Prints and kinesiology of Bigfoot body:
DNA analysis of Bigfoot samples:
You are pretty much a stuck record aren't you? You don't even respond to counter-arguments. You just ignore them and repeat the same old unevidenced claims about some sort of Bigfoot creature. You have no argument to make here. That much is clear.
Those analysis are all on youtube? And all posted by bigfoot sites.
Because that doesn't sound weird or suspicious at all....
And Jane Goodall also said that the lack of scientific evidence means they are not likely to exist. Emphasis on the words "lack of scientific evidence" because you appear to be lacking that part.
Prove to me it wasn't a monkey or sea otter - after all, there is just as much evidence that it was (you are talking about using rocks as "tools" - here we have video showing both of these creatures are capable of doing so) a monkey or sea otter... after all, we know they exist, we have video evidence of them using rocks as tools... that's more evidence than we have for "bigfoot" (namely that we have seen sea otters and monkeys)
LOL! How ridiculous. What evidence that it was a monkey or a sea otter? Go ahead. Show us the evidence. Show us the footage of monkeys and sea otters in the remote mountains of Oklahoma throwing rocks and using them to crush nuts.
Precisely the same evidence that 'it' was a big foot. Actually a monkey or a sea otter is more likely because at least there is proof that they exist!
Proof that wild monkeys and sea otters exist in the mountains of Oklahoma? Go ahead and show us that then.
Show us the DNA analysis from hair samples.
We don't need another explanation. We don't need any explanation. Proof of new species are often given in science, and none of the standards have been met.
I already did - otters and monkeys use rocks as tools - which is more evidence then you can provide for it being a bigfoot doing it.
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I've provided as much evidence that Sea Otters are in the mountains of Oklahoma as you have that Bigfoot is there. What's wrong - do you not like the standards of proof that you have so generously brought this forum down to?
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He clearly has no idea what proof or evidence is.
Yeah, I'm aware - but I have to admit, it's fun being able to play by his rules of "evidence" lol!
True and based on his rules of evidence it appears that you are a in fact a little horse with wings (a gray one I believe)
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Wrong. The whole report cited in the OP is evidence of Bigfoot. I also cited eyewitness accounts, audio clips, video footage, footprints casts with dermal ridges, and photos of Bigfoot. Now you have to provide evidence for your claim that it is wild monkeys and sea otters. Do monkeys and sea otters even live in the woods of Oklahoma? Where's your evidence for this? You're making a claim. Now support it.
I like how you dance around between the words "evidence" and "proof". As if they are the same thing. Or is it that you just having to move the goal posts to "proof" when I present this evidence?
Again, I've already provided evidence - they use rocks as tools, your report claimed rocks were being used as tools - if anything, my claim is MORE substantiated because I have pictures and video of Sea Otters using rocks as tools... do YOU have any pictures of Bigfoot using rocks as tools?
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