Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Some Perspective on the Cincinnati Gorilla Killing

Some animal experts say the zoo was too quick to shoot the ape and should have attempted other ways to save the boy first. 
“When gorilla or other apes have things they shouldn’t have, keepers will negotiate with them, bring food, their favorite treats, pineapple or some kind of fruit that they don’t know and negotiate with them,” Ian Redmond, the chairman of The Gorilla Organization, told CNN. 
“I don’t know if that was tried or people thought there was too much danger but it does seem very unfortunate that a lethal shot was required.”  
I think we would have been told if they had tried anything like that. The fact that they didn't, plus the outcomes of past incidents makes it very doubtful to me that they should have killed the gorilla. This video offers some majorly needed perspective...

Ian Redmond is well-known proponent of Bigfoot:

Monday, May 30, 2016

Sometimes I Feel Just Crazy Enough to Maybe Believe the Crazy Stuff... Sometimes :)

A YouTube comment with purported inside info and an interesting wild theory I had never came across before...

...from the information I've gathered...Black Opps Command are hunting Bigfoot around the country frequently..some Bigfoot are known to have navigator orbs that travel with them that act as a point look out device...but this would indicate paranormal or technologically advanced action..or could Bigfoot be advanced avatars for highly advanced entities in which these entity's spirits or souls can infuse or inhabit these Bigfoot bodies to explore or conduct scientific studies in outdoor environments??...a Bigfoot could physically be the perfect all weather/all terrain body or soul suit genetically designed or altered to do just such a thing..this could explain the need for military/government involvement..

Thursday, May 26, 2016

FINALLY! Scientific American Writer Exposes the Tribal Cultist Arrogance and Dogmatic Lunacy of Science 'Skeptics'

Today I'm tipping my hat to John Horgan, a blogger who writes for Scientific American, for his extraordinary article entitled Dear "Skeptics," Bash Homeopathy and Bigfoot Less, Mammograms and War More.

In his article, Horgan rightly points out that today's so-called "science skeptics" are little more than dogmatic tribal cultists (my words, not Horgan's) who celebrate "skeptical" thinking concerning their selected philosophical targets while vehemently denying anyone's right to question their own beliefs on things like breast cancer screening, vaccine safety, global warming and genetically engineered foods.

As Horgan eloquently explains in his piece, real skeptics are skeptical of everything, not just selected topics that are targeted by the madness of status quo science crowds (i.e. the "cult of scientism").

Real skepticism means questioning everything... especially the status quo

A real skeptic, in other words, would bring critical thinking to all of our science narratives and cultural beliefs, including those that cover the origin of the universe (cosmology), the origin of the human species, the nature of consciousness, the long history of indigenous botanical medicine, the cancer industry and mammography, homeopathy, antidepressant drugs, water filters, the existence of God and everything else imaginable. But far too many of today's infamous "skeptics" (such as Richard Dawkins) are really just cultists who labor under the false banner of "science." And they're offensive to real critical thinkers, it turns out.

"I don’t hang out with people who self-identify as capital-S Skeptics. Or Atheists. Or Rationalists," explains Horgan. "When people like this get together, they become tribal. They pat each other on the back and tell each other how smart they are compared to those outside the tribe. But belonging to a tribe often makes you dumber."

I've seen this myself, on both ends of the medicine spectrum. I've seen insanely stupid pharmacology experts swear that statin drugs are such miraculous chemicals that they should be dripped into the public water supply. But I've also seen "raw foodies" at festivals swearing that their "water vortexer machines" could levitate water in defiance of the laws of gravity.

In both cases, my critical thinking alarms go haywire, and I shake my head in disbelief that so many people are so gullible, regardless of their level of academic education or technical mastery of certain subjects. A highly trained doctor with an IQ of 200 can be just as functionally stupid as a high school dropout, I've observed. In fact, when it comes to medicine and health, many so-called "experts" are so ignorant of reality that they almost seem cognitively retarded

Another layer to this cake is the strong likelihood that many of the leading 'Skeptics' are active (Government) disinformation propagandists, people like Michael Shermer, who ignore or obfuscate hard scientific evidence when it comes to high level corruption, such as with the September 11 attacks. Other issues related to science also come into play, such as hiding experimental evidence indicating the reality of ESP and the UFO phenomena.

I suspect that the leading proponents are recruited because they have corrupt, or intelligence-linked, backgrounds.

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, May 26th, 2016.]

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Florida Skunk Ape (New Evidence) aka Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yeti

Why can't we film Bigfoot, again? (ThinkerThunker)

Jim McClarin & Patty Comparison Walk Cropped and Zoomed

A new and improved version of Patty from the Patterson film, walking with Jim McClarin. Jim is 6'5". The composite of Jim McClarin was from an original film taken by John Green. The single frames were stitched together by Bill Munns. This produced a panorama of such quality that I had to add Patty to the mix. I think that this is a pretty good reality check regarding whether Patty is a man in a suit or not. She's too big. M.K.

From the in depth interview with McClarin in this months issue of the Bigfoot Times newsletter...


Hey Joe Rogan, Debunk This!

Thursday, May 5, 2016

The 1995 Redwoods Bigfoot Film AKA The Goddard Bigfoot Video


In his book Bigfoot: Encounters Past To Present, Daniel Perez, of BigfootTimes.net notes that when, Dr. Jeff Meldrum, a Full Professor of Anatomy and Anthropology, went on site to investigate the film he estimated the size of the figure in the video to be about 7 feet 10 inches tall. When Perez investigated the site he concurred with Meldrum estimating the height at "just under 8 feet tall."

Notes from David Bittner, Pixel Workshop Inc.

I personally performed one of the image enhancement sessions to the above mentioned video footage. I was provided with a Beta SP, first generation dub from the Hi8 original. The footage was consistant with what one would expect to see from a Hi8 camcorder shooting under low-light conditions, with a large amount of chroma noise.

We digitized the footage and tried several different kinds of image enhancement, including level and gamma adjustments, magnification, slow motion, noise reduction, as well as an edge enhancing unsharp mask filter. Several combinations of the above techniques were used, each yielding various degrees of enhancement.

The low contrast and high noise of the footage made the enhancement process difficult at best. Still, we were able to see many details with more clarity than was possible in the original footage. Our analysis of the footage reveals nothing that would indicate a hoax. There is no visible evidence of a costume, and there is nothing that indicates any doctoring of the video or other use of special visual effects. - Source: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=1557

 There are a number of anatomical features suggested on the video that are very intriguing -- head shape and position, genitalia (?), muscle definition and action, foot and ankle anatomy, and more. These observations alone are enough to cause me to give the video serious consideration. I have arranged for two independent enhancements of the video, giving particular scrutiny to the points I mentioned. There is a frame that should give some detail of facial features as well. We will have the results in the near future. I have also been at the site, personally interviewed one of the witnesses, and read the testimonies of the others. So far nothing to suggest any lack of credibility in their account. Dr. Jeff Meldrum - Source: 
http://www.bigfootencounters.com/films/redwoodsfilm.htm <--- Images source.

Enhanced film sources: