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#1 SRA Kris

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Posted 29 January 2017 - 09:54 PM

(Big)foot in Mouth: Bigfoot Language

Human characteristics are attributed to many legendary creatures. As part of this anthropomorphization, these mythological animals are often given language abilities.

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Human characteristics are attributed to many legendary creatures. As part of this anthropomorphization, these mythological animals are often given language abilities. Fairies, elves, gnomes, goblins and genies of folklore speak human languages, and usually in addition to their own tongues. Many fiction writers have created artificial languages and writing systems for these creatures, including J. R. R. Tolkien's Elvish languages. As for the undead, vampires retain the language skills they had when they were still alive. Zombies are no longer sparkling conversationalists, but they can still mutter "brains!" In popular paranormal theory, ghosts and spirits are believed to communicate with the living, although they often require a medium, or a device designed to contact the dead. Cryptids are alleged animals whose existence has not been proven scientifically, like the Loch Ness Monster. According to legend, some cryptids are believed to have language skills too, especially hybrid-human creatures, such as Spring-heeled Jack, the Mothman, mermaids, and monkey men. An early version of the mythical goat-sucking chupacabra could allegedly understand Spanish, although not speak it. There are numerous anecdotal reports that the Indonesian cryptid Orang-Pendek ("small human") communicates using vocalizations similar to non-human primates. What about the most infamous cryptid of all: Bigfoot?
 
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The evidence for Bigfoot is abundant, but ...
Bigfoot are also claimed to speak and understand human languages, and to have their own Bigfoot language.
 
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There is little evidence to support ...
a transcription of the Sierra Sound Recordings. He is a retired U.S. Navy Cryptologic Technician Interpreter who speaks Russian, Spanish and Persian. He also believes he can speak "Bigfoot".
 
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Nelson claims he has identified not only vocalizations ...
 
However, non-human primates don't have the physiology to produce a wide variety of speech sounds, so it is unlikely that Bigfoot would have developed language, or would be able to speak existing human languages. At any rate, this is all starting off on the wrong (Big)foot. There is no solid physical evidence to support the existence of Bigfoot. Before we establish the existence of Bigfoot language, we would need to establish the existence of Bigfoot. Images: Top: frame 352 from the Patterson-Gimlin film taken on October 20th, 1967, claiming to depict Bigfoot/Sasquatch/Colton. Uploaded to Wikimedia Commons by Beao. Other three images, by the Author.

 

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#2 jayjeti

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Posted 29 January 2017 - 11:11 PM

And of course I'm just commenting on this article I regard as worthless.

 

It stated, "However, non-human primates don't have the physiology to produce a wide variety of speech sounds, so it is unlikely that Bigfoot would have developed language, or would be able to speak existing human languages. At any rate, this is all starting off on the wrong (Big)foot. There is no solid physical evidence to support the existence of Bigfoot."

 

Worthless skeptic banter.  Sasquatches, in my opinion, are likely a species of man; so, the assumption it could not speak because non-human primates don't have that physiology is this article's straw man.  And you have to love, "there is no solid physical evidence to support the existence of Bigfoot."  There are lots of articles written by armchair writers who do a little research for a piece and comment on what they don't really know much about.   That's why I just want to add my comment that this is a worthless/nothing to see here article.


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Posted 03 February 2017 - 07:43 AM

Right...


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