Top Five Sighting States
Posted 23 November 2012 - 01:08 PM
Posted 24 November 2012 - 07:48 AM
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Posted 24 November 2012 - 09:53 AM
It's really hard to look at something like that map and say "Oh, it's all your imagination, nothings' going on". It boggles my mind. Before August I would have said that BF must be a few dozen running around California near wherever the PGF was filmed. I had no idea, none at all, that it was this prevalent. It's just mind-blowing. No wonder "they" want this information only known to people who like cryptids and other fringe, paranormal things that the vast majority consider woo woo and fairly wacko.
Edited by madison5716, 24 November 2012 - 09:55 AM.
Panem et Circenses...it's the name of the game...
Posted 24 November 2012 - 10:28 AM
I think California should be up at the top;after all,that's not only where the Jerry Crew incident occurred,but it's also where the Patterson-Gimlin film was shot and there have been hundreds of other sightings in the state,too.I think I agree with 12345dvf about the rest of the list.The Pacific Northwest has so many sightings,does anybody have a guess as to a possible population number in that region?
Well, there's better habitat for a large omnivore in OH. I wouldn't be surprised if there are more there. Number of sightings reported depends significantly on the attitude toward people reporting in that area. In the PNW both Native and Anglo cultures are very receptive to the idea, not only for cultural reasons but also because most people believe that if they're real, they're there.
Good science is always open-minded, and the history of science is one of surprises and overturnings. Science is nothing but careful thinking, and careful thinking encouraging an appreciation of the complexity of the world. The complexity encourages us to maintain several possibilities at once. In a single lifetime, we may have no way to remove the ambiguities from these possibilities. A scientist may tend to favour one story over the others, but will always be careful to concede uncertainty and maintain a willingness to change the balance with new, incoming information. - David Eagleman, neuroscientist at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, "Why I am a ‘possibilian’," New Scientist, 25/09/10
What I often tell people is that if you immerse yourself in the field, you'd be blown away by the amount of evidence. They just get pieces of the puzzle. There's a literal ton of eyewitness accounts, foot casts, hair samples and the like. It's a situation where from a mathematical standpoint, it's highly probable that these creatures exist in North America, but it's also statistically impossible that nothing is out there. It's a weird juxtaposition of highly unlikely realities, but one of them has to be right. - Ken Gerhard
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