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  1. I definitely think there is a scientific bias concerning ape men anywhere on the planet. I think as scientists get older and secure tenure? They then feel at ease in speaking their mind. Which is a tragedy. Take Homo Floresiensis aka the Hobbit. Science has tried to beat back the significance of the find. They claimed for a long time that it was just some deformed Homo Sapien. And they have attacked the very very recent dating of the fossils. Why? Because of rigorous scientific method? I think it goes beyond that. In many ways it’s like a cult. And if you question the cult narrative
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  2. Yeah Hiflier, he might have a library card even.
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  3. Perhaps that is why they focus on the Yeti over there. hiflier had mentioned that he was puzzled by the emphasis on the Yeti. It also has the NIMBY appeal. I'll believe in it but Not In My BackYard!
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  4. It's a big world out there no doubt. Surely there's a ton of reports from Russia though no ? RE SE Asia, they're happy hammering the Orangutan to virtual extinction due to palm oil $$ so i can't imagine an unidentified primate turning up would go down too well locally, and 'locally' in SE Asia is generally grossly corrupt don't forget. What i will say for certain though and it shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone with half a brain, is that there are no unidentified primates in the UK, no matter what anyone tells you..;)
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  5. I don't know alot about the subject but what I've gathered so far is there is an imaginary line in the sand where on one side you have the flesh and blood camp and on the other side you get into the woo (paranormal) camp and each side hates the other side. There is so much animosity in this bigfoot field I feel like the first step for us to get better answers about them is to put pride aside and work together with people from the different camps you can always learn from other people's experiences. I just feel like we would get so much more knowledge out there in the open if we weren't fightin
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  6. WRT social media, wish there were more of us. I have a Facebook account to stay in touch with distant family and friends, shipmates from my Navy days and my local camera club, no Instagram, no Twitter. Trolls are the bane of all online conversation and they exist only because they are enabled to exist by everyone who reacts to their posts. This is a pet peeve of mine and I've gotten on my soap box about it more than once here. On a previous occasion someone posted in reply that they can't ignore the challenge; it's not a challenge, it's simply someone who gets their jolli
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  7. Saturday, Jan. 23rd, I made my first field trip in months, to a very local mountain, since we're still under local only travel restrictions, outside of essential work trips. I chose a nearby mountain that drains it's eastern slopes into the valley where I had my sighting, over 40 years ago. The drive from my home to the start of the forest service road is only about 25 minutes, but the climb to the top of the mountain on the deactivated spur road is well over an hour, as there are many drainage cuts across the surface, restricting vehicle speed to 5 or 6 km/hr. The slow crawl up the very steep
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  8. Can't watch it, still cacking up BF hairballs from the last iteration!
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