Wednesday, August 20, 3000

Undebunking Bigfoot - Permanent Top Post

Best Evidence & Content that Counters Pseudo-Skepticism Regarding the Topic of Sasquatch

UndebunkingBigfoot.blogspot.com Interviews:

Truth Teller's Radio Episode 20: JM Talboo Interviews Stan Gordon about Recent Bigfoot and UFO Sightings In Pennsylvania, Meaning of the Bigfoot UFO/Connection, and Possible Alien Nature of the Kecksberg UFO Crash:

http://undebunkingbigfoot.blogspot.com/2018/11/truth-tellers-radio-episode-20-jm.html

Interview with Bigfoot Times Newsletter Creator Daniel Perez:

http://undebunkingbigfoot.blogspot.com/2008/04/interview-with-bigfoot-times-newsletter.html

The mission of this site is to provide content that counters pseudo-skepticism regarding the topic of Bigfoot, or Sasquatch if you rather. Content that provides what we find to be the most impeccable evidence in general will also be posted. 
Dame Jane Morris Goodall, DBE (born Valerie Jane Morris-Goodall on 3 April 1934) is a British primatologist, ethologist, anthropologist, and UN Messenger of Peace Considered to be the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees, Goodall is best known for her 45-year study of social and family interactions of wild chimpanzees in Gombe Stream National Park, Tanzania. She is the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and has worked extensively on conservation and animal welfare issues. - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jane_Goodall

On Friday, September 27, 2002, during National Public Radio's (NPR) Talk of the Nation: Science Friday with Ira Flatow, Dr. Jane Goodall made a striking comment on her strong beliefs that large "undiscovered" primates, such as the Yeti or Sasquatch, do indeed exist. - Transcript of Dr. Jane Goodall's Comments on NPR Regarding Sasquatch
For essential reading on this topic we recommend, "Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science," by Dr. Jeff Meldrum.
Dr. Jeffrey Meldrum is a professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University, where he teaches human anatomy in the health professions programs, evolution, and primate studies. His diverse research interests encompass the evolution of human walking. - http://archive.coasttocoastam.com/guests/1267.html
The book is an extension of an equally highly-recommended documentary by the same name.

Also be sure to check out these excellent documentaries by National Geographic and the History Channel. These three programs have a lot of overlapping information, but each has many worthy unique aspects as well.

 

The work of Cliff Barackman from The Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization and the television show Finding Bigfoot is also a must on the subject. And last but certainly not least, visit The Relict Hominoid Inquiry of Idaho State University, a journal providing "scholarly peer-reviewed papers exploring and evaluating the possible existence and nature of relict hominoid species around the world." - http://www.isu.edu/rhi/index.shtml

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Friday, December 21, 2018

Russian Scientists in Antarctica battle Organism 46b, Antarctic Creature, Lake Vostok Octopus - Ground Zero Media - 'SPECIES 46-B W/ JEFFREY BOYD JR.'

But is it true?
Organism 46b hunts by first paralyzing its prey with venom. The strange creature seizes and dismembers prey using a powerful beak, breaking the food source into pieces. The ancients believed in monsters of the deep, serpents hiding under the waves, threatening to capsize the heavy crawling ships of men. Today there is no ocean or lake that has not been probed, and found wanting for sea monsters. Except for the freshwater lakes buried beneath the ice of Antarctica. There is a hidden continent under the ice cap of Antarctica. Ground penetrating radar established the existence of hundreds of lakes on this continent. Because of pressure exerted by the ice, these lakes are not frozen. They are liquid, containing fresh water that has been isolated for at least 15 million years. The largest of these is Lake Vostok, covered by a glacier two miles thick. On top of the ice sits the Russian Vostok Research Station. It took ten years for the Soviets to drill a vertical tunnel in the ice in which a special elevator was built, designed to hold a single man. In 2012 the eliptical drill bit finally reached, down the eastern shore of the lake. A team of eight men was lowered to the original surface of the continent, one man at a time. What followed was a closely guarded state secret, until a Russian scientist defected to the West. Dr. Anton Padalka was a member of the Soviet research team. He became a defector after learning his government had military plans for a discovery made in Antarctica. Granted sanctuary in Switzerland, Dr. Padalka disclosed the existence of a life form native to Lake Vostok... a strange and lethal creature designated as Organism 46-B. During a scuba dive for which they required low-temperature wetsuits, the creature was encountered on day one of the expedition. Organism 46b is a species of giant octopus, but with 14 arms rather than eight. It shares traits of its nearest known relative, "vitreledonella richardi", the glass octopus. But 46b can do one thing that its smaller cousin cannot. It can paralyze from a distance of 150 feet because its venom is contained in the sac that is normally used for expelling ink. Expedition member Alexis Vindogradov, the radio operator, was dispatched in this way, and the radio was lost. Like the Mimic Octopus of the Indo-Pacific, 46-B has remarkable powers of camouflage. The Mimic physically changes its form to resemble one of fifteen other aquatic species, such as a lion fish, or a sea snake, or a jellyfish. Again organism 46-B takes this ability one step further. Dr. Padalka witnessed the creature in the shape of a human diver. They thought it was a member of the team swimming toward them. The scientist nearest to the creature, a marine biologist, became the second researcher to lose his life when the organism resumed its shape and ripped him to pieces. At this point the expedition chief, A.M. Yelagin, decided to use a specimen tank to capture the organism. The only female member of the team, Dr. Marta Kalashnik, was used to lure 46b, not because she was attractive, but because as a former professional athlete, she was judged best able to defend herself. The trap was a success, but one of the sea creature's arms threatened her. Kalashnik was forced to use her axeto defend herself. According to Dr. Padalka, when the man-eater was brought to the surface it was confiscated immediately by Soviet security. The international press was told nothing was found. The entrance to the hole was plugged. Russian President Vladimir Putin now intends to weaponize the venom of the prehistoric beast.



Russian Scientists in Antarctica battle Organism 46b, Antarctic Creature, Lake Vostok Octopus - Ground Zero Media - 'SPECIES 46-B W/ JEFFREY BOYD JR.'