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A Plan For Presenting Sasquatch To Science

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On 7/7/2018 at 0:16 PM, SWWASAS said:

One of the people who claim to be habituators and claim to communicate with them  say that you cannot believe anything they say.   They seem to contradict themselves all the time. Now I find that interesting.    Either the humans involved do not have a good handle on things or the BF cannot be trusted.    Perhaps both are true.  One hears all of these NA stories about BF being cannibals.   That has to have a element of truth in it because the stories are wide spread with various tribes.  That said,  interaction with something that may decide to see how good you taste makes me very wary.  

 

Norseman what I was referring to without saying it is behavior common in zoo chimpanzees who throw stuff at zoo visitors.  Perhaps that was why I dreamed it.   

 

...But, but but but, is a Habituator's claim different from any other bigfoot claim?

 

If you exclude the Habituators' claims then what would be accepted protocol?

 

How is a Habituator's claims any less relevant than a sighting or or skeptic's contrary position?

 

 

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I just saw this in our feed today and listened to it! What a coincidence!

 

 

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14 hours ago, Squatchy McSquatch said:

 

...But, but but but, is a Habituator's claim different from any other bigfoot claim?

 

If you exclude the Habituators' claims then what would be accepted protocol?

 

How is a Habituator's claims any less relevant than a sighting or or skeptic's contrary position?

 

 

I can make such judgments because I have personal experience with BF.    Some of the claims by habituators are hard to believe, even for proponents.   Those claims include English speaking BF,  BF being impossible to photograph,   winking in and out of existence,   and the ability remotely to disable electronic devices.    All stuff you likely think are bunk.    Well so do I, because I have experienced none of it even though I have a limited history of BF encounters.     Some of these might be possible,   like speaking English,  but the other claims I have not experienced.     Until I do,  I am as skeptical as you are.  As a I often mention, I came into BF research very skeptical about the whole thing.  Only when something rings true based on my own experience,  do I give it much credence.     But I do not dismiss everything out of hand.   That is not science but a dogmatic belief system, which skeptics and proponents both can be guilty of doing.    

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