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  2. norseman

    Cascade footage from 96

    If Patty was a dude in a suit? I could be in trouble.
  3. norseman

    To Anthropomorphize

    I have to degree except for one key area. They seem to be hunters. And living in a colder climate they must have to be eating meat to survive. That behavior is much more human like. And definitely not a gorilla. But the fact that they are hunting with their bare hands is NOT human like. Its not easy splitting hairs and teasing out very fine details that appear to seperate us from them. In the animal kingdom? All great apes are in the top 1% in the smartness dept. So where does Bigfoot reside inside that 1%? Homo Erectus is the oldest species that we know of in the genus Homo. So they and their tools are the base line for what constitutes human behavior and tool construction. Every Homo species that comes after is more advanced..... If Bigfoot is bipedal and hunting for meat with its bare hands? Thats human like. But is it on par with Homo Erectus? I have to say no. Is that by choice? Or is it beyond them?
  4. gigantor

    The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot

    I just watched this movie. It was a sad story of a man's biggest regret, the Bigfoot part is just a side adventure. Worth watching for sure, great movie. It does show that Hollywood still can't produce anything close to a plausible BF costume. The BF in this.movie was pathetic, really, really bad.
  5. Trogluddite

    To Anthropomorphize

    Right, but I can see a harried bureaucrat getting the test results that say "98.95%" likelihood human, think to him or herself, heck my brother in law is only about 66% human, and rubber stamp the file, "HUMAN REMAINS."
  6. MIB

    To Anthropomorphize

    Yeah, I've seen 98.5% cited a few times. However, no. Because there are no chimps that we know of loose in the Pac NW or most parts of the United States and Canada where this DNA is coming from. And no because it would be very odd for this DNA, if it were actually human, to so-consistently decompose in such a consistent way each time that the samples test the same. In other words, I have doubts about the doubts. MIB
  7. NatFoot

    To Anthropomorphize

    Making rational sense based on what I know of the world...doesn't make it a belief. I'm still dumbfounded all around.
  8. Trogluddite

    To Anthropomorphize

    Doesn't chimp DNA "match" human DNA at some extremely high level? I mean around the area of 98% or more being identical? So sloppy testing or decomposed DNA might look like human DNA. Great summary of where I'm almost at. I've never had any type of encounter at all (unless the 6 million dollar man bigfoot and the Scooby Doo snow monster count). About 10 years ago I was shocked to find out this was still even an issue. But after a lot of research, drilling down in to details, and thought, I am guardedly certain that Bigfoot exists because that's the best hypothesis. I'll leave a little room for uncertainty because I haven't had an encounter and no zoo/research lab has ever had (to the best we know) a body on a slab, but it sure looks like something is out there.
  9. NatFoot

    Cascade footage from 96

    Zipper, baggy around the arms/legs or an obvious mask - yes. You don't shoot. Patty displayed none of those.
  10. MIB

    To Anthropomorphize

    An assumption that may make sense to you but appears totally irrational to me. MIB
  11. ^^^ lmao, so you live in a world that Tall, an owner of 3 camera stores, may lose his license from Kodak if he is known to have processed this film on Saturday for Al, despite there being protocol in place to do processing on Saturdays? Let me guess, it was such an offer Tall could not resist..... Remind me what version of Al we are talking about, depending on the day he’s a meager business owner with tax problems and the next he’s almost a Mafia level business man of great influence. 😂🤣😂 I give Pbeaton a 4.8 on the uneven bars. Lol
  12. Today
  13. PBeaton

    The Actual Developing Of The Pgf (3)

    Frank explained how the license purchased from Kodak bound Technicolor to a multi-faceted agreement. The agreement was actually for the protection of both the licensee and Kodak. It allowed Kodak to perform on-site inspection and certification of the laboratory, the logging of all films processed by the laboratory and making the logs available for periodic review, and monitoring of the lab by Kodak to assure chemicals and equipment and trained personnel were used by the lab in keeping with predefined operational standards. Kodak was also required to make certain chemicals and precursor materials available to the licensee. He explained that violating the agreement could potentially jeopardize the license and of course any investment associated with the license. Frank believed Leonard Tall, the owner, would never jeopardize his considerable investment and Technicolor’s license by allowing the use of the lab outside the confines of the license protocol and agreement. Certainly, any employee caught violating the protocols would be terminated. I've mentioned this twice already Twist, he may have been the owner, but he had signed a contract with Kodak. Ishihara even mentions violatin' that contact could jeopardize his license an thus his business. Why do you think Ishihara brought that up ? For the government job, he brought in Ishihara, perhaps that was part of the contract with Kodak, that the process was not to be done alone for liability reasons. Again, Ishihara has said... "Working outside lab policies could risk a mistake that would invoke a violation of the license with Kodak." Tall owned multiple camera stores if I recall, all it takes is a call to one by DeAtley, he explains he is in need of gettin' a film developed, gets Tall's number. DeAtley says he'll make it worth his while, Tall knows he can do it easy enough but tells DeAtley he could loose his license, DeAtley says he'll keep it a secret were he got it developed.
  14. Old Time Lifter

    To Anthropomorphize

    The fact that they may have (if they exist) evolved a foot nearly like ours isn't a big surprise if they are a primate. Also, saying humans can't survive in the wild is disproven by the fact that for most of our time here on earth we did just that.
  15. PBeaton

    To Anthropomorphize

    Hunster, The sasquatch lackin' a divergent big toe doesn't necessarily mean it is more human like in my opinion, simply shares a characteristic associated with bipedalism. A gorilla may spend more time on the ground, but it is still a quadruped. My opinion, they share more characteristics with the other great apes than man. Pat...
  16. OldMort

    The Actual Developing Of The Pgf (3)

    Its all good Twist... Its to be expected. When the confirmation bias kicks in and the wagon circling begins, its always a sure sign that an uncomfortable truth has finally been realized.
  17. norseman

    Cascade footage from 96

    I hope so! Im counting on being able to positively ID the target. Which is not easy as its an undocumented species. I have the PGF to judge by only. But if I think I see a zipper? Im gonna have to let it walk.
  18. norseman

    To Anthropomorphize

    Neither do Gorillas, Chimps and Orangutans. Neither do Grizzly bears, Wolves or Cougars. But the point is? They are also not human. Humans make tools and use them. They do not. And Humans are not specialists. We are generalists..... that is our strength. Bigfoot does not live in the Congo, nor the Arctic, nor the Sahara. We live and THRIVE in all 3. Plus we crossed the land bridge and live in the PacNW. We essentially are everywhere.
  19. NatFoot

    To Anthropomorphize

    That's a fair point however I believe it to be inaccurate. BF may be better suited to live in the wild but the fact that we have the ability to think and create technology makes us superior. In fact, unless BF are aliens, they will never be able to live anywhere but here. We MIGHT be able to figure that out at some point. Even then, with our technology, our lives must be considerably easier than that of BFs.
  20. Madison5716

    To Anthropomorphize

    What use would Bigfoot have for tools when it's strength and stealth serve instead? It does not need those things to survive and thrive. We homo sapiens cannot exist without our tools. From another prospective, perhaps that makes us weak and unable to survive in the wild world. We are handicapped and must improvise to survive. Plus we are fouling our own nests. Really, not too smart. We are clever monkeys, but we are not wise. Who might have the best chance at !ong term survival? Who knows. Bigfoots are perfectly matched to their habitats. We are not. Just a few thoughts I've had. If we are looking at successful species, it's not going to be us in the long term. I went out today in the woods and would have been dead within hours with clothing, boots and gear. I was thinking - in their world, we are losers. I haven't read the whole thread, sorry if I'm off topic. I'm trying to read and type and my kid won't stop talking and demand my attention. I give up. I'll be back later, lol. Ugh.
  21. norseman

    To Anthropomorphize

    No worries. In my mind at least? Bigfoot has been proven to exist in the old world. So the question becomes? Does it exist TODAY in North America?
  22. Class C and low rating SSR due to total lack of details, but SSR entry done anyway due to known date and location.
  23. See also: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=3569 See also: http://www.pabigfootsociety.com/sightingslycoming.html SSRID: 2864 Report Score: 6 Sighting Date: 08/03/1997 Sighting Time: 13:00 Moonphase: Duration (mm:ss): Season: 2 - Summer (Jun 20 - Sep 19) State: PA County: Lycoming Latitude: 41.190877 Longitude: -77.150057 Altitude: 841.00 ft BFRO Class: A - Class A Sighting Type: S - Single Creature Witness: 2 - Multiple, no evidence Witness Activity: G - Hiking Witness Gender: Male Witness Age: Witness Feeling: 0 - Unknown Witness Occupation: Terrain: F - Forest Zoning: R - Rural Photo Evidence: N - None Footprint Evidence: N - None Footprint Length: 0 - 0" Stride Length: 0 ft 0 in Height (ft): 7 Height (in): 0 Hair/fur Color: N - Brown Skin: U - Unknown Organization: BFRO John Green 992840 Researcher: Don Keating Confidence: Somewhat Report URL: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=3569 Biological Evidence Animal Activity Q - Squatting / Sitting Animal Disposition S - Surprised Animal Locomotion R - Running Weather Other O - Odor
  24. In what scenario does Tall have to do this secretly? He’s the owner and man in charge, he had no secret to keep, he’s not in fear of losing his job. So when doing a special government job of a bomb explosion Tall will involve Frank to help out but BF is to top secret??? Can anyone provide ANY ties of Al to Tall? The mental gymnastics some will do.....
  25. Yesterday
  26. NatFoot

    To Anthropomorphize

    Fair enough points by both of you! I will say that, I stand adjusted? Does that make sense?
  27. norseman

    To Anthropomorphize

    Correct. We have zero proof of ANY alien life. Although it seems incredulous that we would be alone in the vastness of space. We have alot of evidence of Bigfoot like creatures existing on Earth and even very recently.
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