actually I'm taking it very seriously. The devil in in the details, as we found out in some recent military adventures. Do you not think it's reasonable to think about the consequences of such a policy? cost/benefit? legal considerations? Don't you think that all of those questions would be raised if you tried to sell this idea to Congress?
Not funny, and you're not taking this seriously at all. You're playing, just like a skeptic would be expected to play. Anything but constructive action.
Just Gave Bigfoot 4.0
Posted 21 September 2010 - 03:08 PM
Posted 21 September 2010 - 03:31 PM
So are you saying that America of 2010 is like these unexplored areas in those times you mentioned?
Correct. The most renowned such expedition was the Lewis & Clark "Corp of Discovery". That one Army mission described 178 new plants and 122 species and subspecies of animals, included the grizzly bear.
Hell, the race to the moon was a military expedition. Ditto all the explorations of the Arctic in the late 1800's.
And no specific, costly mission to search wildly for a sasquatch is needed. Just train a few special forces teams in "sasquatchery", and when a promising series of reports or sightings occur (multiple sightings in a few days, law enforcement officer sighting, etc), deploy them on a training mission.
Posted 21 September 2010 - 03:42 PM