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  1. In the fundamentalist cult element of Bigfootery there are still clingers. They will not denounce it because Meldrum will not denounce it... The following shows a perfect example of this cult behaviour mentality...
  2. Seriously, is this SY guy mentally slow?  

    1. jayjeti


      The way he doesn't really dialog much in his posting can lead one to believe that.

  3. This. Literally, the first thought I had.
  4. Sorry if I missed this, but tripwire of what?
  5. Would some experiences include any of the following terms?... Rock/pinecone throwing. Tree breaks. Stick structures. Weird noises. Sudden wildlife, insects included, silence. Would some of those experiences not include the following?... Bigfoot in logging truck grill. Bigfoot bones. Shot dead Bigfoot. If yes to the former and no to the latter, I thank you for the anecdote and extend my apologies for having to use what is without doubt in my personal experience one of the most hideous travel experiences possible for mankind - SeaTac Airport.
  6. Years of dedicated and meticulous conservation work documenting all mammal species smack in the middle of Bigfoot territory is a strong indication said speculated species does not actual inhabit that territory... This is the best indication I think that Bigfoot does not exist in the heart of Bigfootland... Woods & Wildmen excuse mill activate. Excuse mill activate.
  7. This is the best indication I think that Bigfoot does not exist in the heart of Bigfootland... Woods & Wildmen excuse mill activate.
  9. No, we would not want to do that... "Wolves are not one of the large animal species they have pictures of. I know wolves have been present in that area the same way I know something like BF is also present in the area."
  10. If your degree is in wildlife biology, then you really should know better. Saying that not all coyotes avoid game cams applies as much to Bigfoot as to coyotes. Over seven years the Cascades Carnivore Project has documented every medium to large animal species living in the Cascades range. A stealthy medium-sized nocturnal mammal with a population of one, a wolverine, has been documented and genetically verified. And not one Bigfoot in seven years, right smack where they are supposed to be. The Bluff Creek Project has done the same thing yet they were specifically testing the hypothesis of whether or not Bigfoot exists in the area. They have reached the same conclusion - Bigfoot does not exist where it was supposed to have been, at least in 1967. This does not matter to the Bigfoot enthusiast. The belief system is built on the indoctrination of excuse making. There is nothing you can do in actually testing the claim of Bigfoot existing that will ever do anything to a devout Bigfoot believer.
  11. Google "coyote game cam" and you will see a mountain of coyote failing at avoiding game cams. Ah, but Bigfoot are much more rare than coyote, right? Except your fellow enthusiasts want you to know Bigfoot lives in every state and province of North America. Ah, but really, really real Bigfoots are smarter than coyotes right? So are people. This is fugitive survivalist Malcolm Naden who was captured by police using game cameras... That was a very stealthy person who did not want to be seen or caught and was actively putting all his effort into not being found and surviving in the wilderness. Cameras in the Rockies were placed in a fashion where the topography and resourced dictated the movement of all species in the area. One camera per 10x10 km cell. During a six month period, coyotes had a cumulative detection probability of 0.934, higher than that of cougar, red fox, wolverine. The entire purpose of the project was to determine what species were there. Bigfoot was not one of them. 2.2 Field methods 2.2.1 Camera deployment and sampling design Deploying and servicing hundreds of remote cameras requires many long hours by resource conservation personnel on the trail, moving by foot, ski, and horseback. Camera batteries last about 4 – 6 months, therefore, to keep camera operational year round, cameras are serviced approximately three times per year. When changing batteries, data are downloaded, camera positioning is verified and Steenweg et al. Page 20 Canadian Rockies Remote Camera Multi-Species Monitoring Project – Final Report obstructing vegetation is removed as necessary. Excessive leaf motion in front of cameras can vastly increase the number of pictures that need to be classified (up to 1000x more pictures). Most camera work is performed in conjunction with other Ecological Integrity monitoring, research, or maintenance work. Some parks also capitalize on the availability of volunteers to help service the cameras, promoting increased citizen scientist involvement in the national parks. Initial camera deployment involves finding a suitable site on human-use or wildlife trails. Ideal sites are in an area that naturally funnels animal movement due to topography and at a junction of human and/or wildlife trails. Cameras are attached to trees at about waist height pointed slightly downwards. Camera models used were predominantly covert motion-trigger cameras (Reconyx Hyperfire and Rapidfire) with few visible glow Silent-image cameras (Reconyx , Holmen, Wisconsin). Cameras are set to take 5 pictures per movement trigger with no delay between triggers. Following recommendations by Steenweg et al. (2012; Objective 1d), resource conservation personnel have placed cameras at a density of one camera per 10x10-km cell (1/100 km2) in YNP, KNP, BNP and northern JNP. We chose to sample at a scale of 10x10 km cells because it creates a density that is logistically feasible given the large area of each park, it ensures near-complete sampling of each park, and it provides more than one camera per average grizzly bear home range (~520 km2, ~1405 km2 for females and males respectively; Stevens and Gibeau 2005). Because WLNP is a smaller park, however, it was feasible to intensify sampling to 1 Steenweg et al. Page 21 Canadian Rockies Remote Camera Multi-Species Monitoring Project – Final Report camera per 5x5-km cell. We distributed cameras across elevations ranging from 1013m to 2521m (mean: 1645m). Within sampling cells, we maximized detection probability by selecting sites where animals were like to travel based on topography, the confluence of wildlife trails, and grizzly bear rub (wildlife communication) trees (Clapham et al. 2014). Most cameras operated year round, but a few cameras were inactive during the middle of winter when they were covered by deep snow. Camera data images were classified into species, sex and age classes using program Timelapse (Greenberg and Godin 2012). We also classified the number of humans and horse riders at each camera site. Unlike photos animals, photos of humans are deleted following classification. Learn more about the actual science of species detection here. It's not about really, really real Bigfoots so it may be boring for you...
  12. Right. Given what a very clear film - all analysis of which has come back "probable unlisted primate" and for which skeptics have not found a scrap of evidence supporting anything else - says, and how people have responded to it... why would we presume that anybody getting a cam-trap shot of anything unusual would just go public with it? It is the very essence of fundamentalism to pretend that dissenting viewpoints either do not exist or are inherently invalid. Make-up artists Chris Walas and Rick baker have analyzed the film and concluded a hoax. Scientists like primatologist Dr. Bill Sellers have analyzed the film and concluded a hoax. "why would we presume that anybody getting a cam-trap shot of anything unusual would just go public with it?" The various scientists and program directors at the conservation groups conducting vast animal detection efforts smack in the middle of Bigfoot habitat that I have communicated with are very clear about why they would go public with good evidence of Bigfoot...
  13. Strikingly similar to ghosts and UFO's...