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January 17, 2023 at 1:55 pm #219821
Seamus, as I get reminded regularly, what seems intuitive is often the exact opposite. Generally, we’re not as good as we think we are at intuiting. We know so little about higher functions in the brain. We still can’t figure out how humans can ride a bike yet we do. We haven’t a clue where consciousness comes from. If we can’t study these creatures, then why assume they’d need a larger brain to do the functions we see? Maybe their brain synapses are more dense or fire uniquely? Perhaps size doesn’t matter at all for this critter?
Love Meldrum cuz he just doesn’t seem to care about naysayers. He’s a scientist who has the kind of open mind many scientists lose.December 19, 2022 at 7:04 pm #218702
I watched it. Not quite sure what to think? The bit about mad cow/chronic wasting disease and UFO’s had me scratching my head. I wondered if I missed something because I didn’t see a connection just conjecture. I’ve read most, if not all, of his book reports. I do think there’s some kind of connection with BF and space crafts. Perhaps it’s experimentation/research which I think an intelligent creature might do if their intellect allowed? We study all kind of small and microscopic creatures for a variety of reasons. Why wouldn’t visitors from outer space do the same?
It would suck though if it is happening and aliens are conducting nazi-like experiments on us and other earth life forms.
The cost of the show is $20. I think it was worth it because I appreciate his research and think we need more of it!December 19, 2022 at 6:48 pm #218701
“That’s very simplistic Amy, that we should never question anything anyone says in the bigfoot community because we know the animals are real, and it is impossible for us to ever find anything that doesn’t add up in a story — Randy referencing the Alien autopsy two decades before the fact could be true. MK Davis has promoted tales of a bigfoot massacre at Bluff Creek in 1967 where Patterson and Gimlin were involved in killing Patty and a host of other bigfoots that day. Why do the details or the person telling the story matter?”
Yup, it was intended to be.December 18, 2022 at 8:19 am #218640
I’ve been waiting for this! Thanks for letting us know it’s finally out! Wahoo!December 18, 2022 at 8:16 am #218638
We all know they’re real animals so why do the details or the person telling the story matter?
There’s not one of us here who can determine, especially second/third hand, if the story teller is telling the truth. Frankly, that is an impossibility.
We all know here that there’s a coverup going on but none of us know why.
November 17, 2022 at 9:34 pm #217320
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Why do you Gum, feel that religion should be immune to criticism? Is it so above everything thing else that it’s untouchable? When you silence critics or questioners you end up with a lot of evil. Just let me know if you want me to expand upon the “evil” brought about by the silencing religions of centuries past. Question EVERYTHING. Disagree until proper research or vetting occurs.
I said the Bible is a work of fiction, knobby said it wasn’t. So what? We don’t agree.
Next…November 14, 2022 at 10:24 am #217190
In short, it is a humble earthy mystery unless you’re one of the gobermint insiders who know exactly what these animals are (biologically).
It is fun attempting to unravel the mystery. Many of us love a mystery, and as civilizations, we’ve built entire cities/cultures focusing on those mysteries. The whole Bigfoot phenomenon is an industry within itself. Historically, those mysteries often get solved proving how ignorant our ancestors were about the world upon which they lived.
Who knows what the end of this mystery will prove?November 14, 2022 at 9:25 am #217185
So sorry for you Augustine.November 9, 2022 at 7:19 pm #216951
Well, Seamus, my biggest impression is these critters are masters of the wild. I am amazed mostly by their said abilities. I want to be educated because the knowledge could save me or my family.
The spider crawl, speed at which they are purported to run, size, all are thought impossible by mainstream science. I agree they, like other animals, are masters of camouflage. Like other animals, they can be feet from you and hidden by the environment. I’m not really amazed by the camouflage. It’s not unusual. Neither is losing a track line when tracking. Soil isn’t uniform but I’ll admit that finding prints and losing them in fresh snow should be easier. I’m certain these critters can jump and use terrain to decrease their tracks. Numerous times I’ve heard critters moving within feet of me but I couldn’t see them. That’s not unusual in my opinion.
The portal stuff, since I’ve read a lot, is still quite small in terms of percentage. I find it fascinating so my bias creeps in there. I focus on what intrigues me.
Youre spot on tho. I certainly have unknown biases. But I try to be as open minded as I can regarding this subject. The portal stuff is really an attempt to remain open and accept what people from different backgrounds experience. I’ve read accounts where people see Sasquatch appear from a shimmer or swirling fog. Indian tails speak of Sasquatch and portals/other dimensions. A guy on a hike,26 miles in, walked into what he thought could only be a portal, had a Sasquatch say “gotcha”, and promptly he turned around and ran back the 26 miles and has never hiked again. There’s not a huge number of these. For the first time, on Wes’ blog, I heard that someone saw a nictating membrane on a Sasquatch. The odd ball stuff I try not to throw out as whackadoddle.
Yes, knobby, I know about the ideas physics has regarding orbs. They’ve been looking at the phenomenon for quite some time. It is possible there’s an earthy explanation but people see orbs in the desert too. No wetlands there and at best, an old river/stream bed, or aquifer. People see orbs in their houses. Again, it’s witnessed and in the presence of Sasquatch although it could coincidence. It could be gas, I’ll grant that…. But the probing foot I saw wasn’t gas. It literally probed like an amoeba.
Infrasound is known. Science understands it and governments try to weaponize it. Wouldn’t at all be surprised by the effects of it when used by someone/something with an in-depth understanding of it.
Mind-speak being part of infrasound, well that i have not heard or read. I’m not a person who believes in freewill and I know words and thoughts appear without conscious thought. I don’t know enough about what infrasound can do but I am certain very credible people have heard something communicating to them in their mind. Is it infrasound? Could be?
What I don’t entertain is the Bible connection because that book is fiction. A story with a lot of good advice for sure. It’s a hard stop there for me. Not trying to pick a fight but simply find it useless for this topic.November 8, 2022 at 6:02 pm #216921
Nice Knobby! You’ve been studying up on this over the last couple of years. You’re info is good.
At one point I thought Australopithecus was the best guess. That indeed still could be it.
The orbs/lights tho have been seen many times by credible people although there wasn’t a mention of Sasquatch. Those lights could be independent but somehow related? It could be coincidence? I once saw a parking garage camera videowhere an orb literally probed something with a “foot” very similar to an amoeba. It looked like a plasma ball. Nonetheless, your point is taken.
At this point, I am certain Sasquatch is from this planet just like us. They do seem to have other abilities such as mind speak. How, dunno but credible people have had it happen to them.
Fun topic!November 8, 2022 at 7:59 am #216895
I think about this a lot. What are they?
My thinking has evolved with time and a vast amounts of account reading (As well as listening to SC). At this point, I’ve probably read 100 books, mostly accounts. I don’t have a conclusion but I have opinions.
It’s fascinating and something an individual can’t figure out alone and in one lifetime.
I too believe they’re another from our branch. I also think a lot of their abilities are in line with other wilder animals. I don’t at all think they’re anything from the Bible.
Currently, I’m trying to figure out the orb/space ship/portal connection. As scientific as I am, this one is difficult. However, a true scientist, of which I am not but am married to one of the highest order, (lol), must look at all of the data. So I try…
If their abilities are beyond current scientific understanding, it becomes even more difficult to get any sort of acknowledgment about their existence.
Could you imagine acknowledgment where they say, “well, yeah, they’ve real, and posses many abilities beyond any currently known animal such as mind speak, portal use, alien affiliation, space ship affiliation, kinesiology and physics of a sort we don’t understand, language use, blah..blah..blah..
There’s not a chance in hell, I reckon, that they’re going to acknowledge this critter. It’s just too much for people to wrap their minds around. It’s outside of the usual cultural brain washing our society has been exposed to. I’m not sure I’d call it a conspiracy but more of a strong denial of the truth. They’re real but if the government keeps denying it, us sheep aren’t smart enough to figure out how to do it on our own (of course we’ve been conditioned that way).
As Gum has done, we could list all of the witness attributes and most all of it would point to things that science/society would deem impossible. We are doomed to languish in absurdity and remain the laughing stock of society.
We are like many of the whistleblowers in history. We’re considered the nutters when all we are trying to do is say, they’re real!
What I have done is I no longer attempt to communicate with them when they’re around. That was an uninformed bad decision. I also don’t run as freely in the woods, armed or not, like I used to.
I know they know much more about the natural world than we. That’s fine. We went one way and they another. There can be a harmony as long as we recognize we’re not the supreme predator but a tamer predator with the ability to use and make technology that evens up the playing field.
It would be nice if we all could accept the world as it is and try to work within it..us going in our technological direction and other critters going in theirs.
It won’t ever be that way because Homo sapiens embrace technology in a way that creates a belief that there is nothing better beyond the newest technological advancement.November 2, 2022 at 8:18 pm #216659
I’m always perplexed and in awe of people who intentionally seek BF out.
It’s perplexing because at the very least, it’s a wild animal and should be considered dangerous. I suppose humans have done such since there have been human. However, these critters, if a branch of the ole tree, are likely highly dangerous, have been known to follow or attach themselves to certain people and become the kind of pest that makes bedbugs seem like butterflies.
The awe part comes in because humans will stare fear right in the face and aren’t afraid to do so and die. There’s a respect for that.
As the old saying goes, be careful what you ask for. Stay safe….October 29, 2022 at 9:17 pm #216463
Yup, just tried login now and it said SQ didn’t exist. Hackers…October 24, 2022 at 5:12 pm #216289
Ha! During hunting season I hear them a lot, at least around eastern Oregon.
I really don’t think they fear us but we’re more a curiosity and/nuance. Perhaps at times a small snack?
My experience hunting is they’re active at night and early morning. Perhaps they hide more during the day during hunting season.October 24, 2022 at 4:51 pm #216287
I admit finding the incongruity of such legends is fascinating on many levels. Here’s what I find most interesting;
Many and much good has come from deceit. At present, and because I’m an old cyclist, Lance Armstrongs livestrong organization was built upon a lie, as an example. However, that doesn’t negate the philanthropic nature and all the good it has brought to many, many people. Not to mention the actual lives it has saved. I like this example because it’s recent and fairly transparent.
On to Gifford Pinchot. I would bet that many of the great things we have now were the result of sculduggery. A lot of the south was built on the now reprehensible slave industry in the US (it still goes on elsewhere in the world). National parks were made perhaps under the wrong pretense but we cherish them now and I’d say it was worth it. I’d venture that a large percentage of such were worth it!
Thanks for sharing the history Robert.