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Why Bigfoot is Fake: Bigfoot Debunked!

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#1 SRA Kris

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Posted 03 January 2015 - 08:23 PM

Why Bigfoot is Fake: Bigfoot Debunked!

By cryptid
 
Is Bigfoot a fake, or is he really out there somewhere in the forest?
 
Is Bigfoot Fake?

This article is intended to debunk the Bigfoot myth and show proof that Bigfoot is fake. There is a lot of debate over whether Bigfoot is real or not, and here you'll read about compelling evidence that shows we've all been duped.

Of course those who consider themselves to have a highly rational mind don't need to be told any of this. Without solid proof and evidence that shows the existence of Sasquatch no scientifically minded person would admit to a belief in the Big Guy.

 

Full story here:

http://cryptid.hubpa...igfoot-Debunked

 

 

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Posted 11 March 2015 - 11:20 PM

A correction to this poorly written article, the overwhelming majority of bigfoot researchers view BF as a species of man, not some kind of North American ape. The article didn't touch on Dr. Ketchum's work in which they have sequenced the entire genome and found it is mostly human with some unknown, showing an unknown species of man has interbred with humans at some point.

 

The article dismisses things too quickly and one sidedly. Like how it casually brushes aside Native American witnesses. Virtually all North American Indian tribes have lore essentially describing the same unusually tall hairy men, and they have over 60 different names for the creature. But the article casually calls it fantasy.

 

More to the point, I've seen it, and I don't need any other proof.


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 06:54 AM

It also implies, as most of the skeptics do, that the whole thing started as a hoax in the '60s, completely ignoring the volumes of articles and eyewitness accounts by early settlers as long as there have been European's on the continent.


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Posted 17 March 2015 - 03:42 PM

Yes, he starts from the belief it originates from fantasy, having drawn the conclusion that must be the case he sets out to support that conclusion.  Like is sometimes done when someone writes a biased piece, it deceptively excludes data likely knowing he is making such omissions, but keeps his eyes on the prize. 







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