Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Kevin and I should be out Sunday in an area we have yet to work near a Bigfoot sighting area. Its the day before the RNC hits Tampa. I will be busy next week.
Thursday, August 23, 2012
With the RNC just days away and hurricane Ivan on its way, I wonder why I am seeing chemtrails over the Bay area? One of the theories of chemtrails is weather modification. Perhaps the government wants to steer the storm away. Maybe, somebody is directing here.
We'll have to see what happens with the intensity if the storm.
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
It was not even a good hoax.
Now, according to the Squatchmaster, the Finding Bigfoot gang are saying that video was the best evidence they saw last year. No such thing. Jim spliced two video stills into a Finding Bigfoot promo reel. WTF? Is this guy crazy!
Jim Patterson went to the Cincinnati zoo and videotaped a gorilla in a cage and tried to say it was shot in the woods of eastern Ohio. Does Matt Moneymaker know this?
This is from Squatchmasters YouTube site.
"Here it is folks..Proof that my Tree Shaker was a real Sasquatch. Also a print captured from that very clip of the Bigfoot at the tree site. That print has clearly visible toes in it..just as I have always said. You wanted cold hard facts..well that is the only thing being posted here from now on. No festivals giving away "free" T Shirts with my name on them at state parks or stumbling through trails surrounding a campsite with night vision camera in hand pretending to be deep in the woods. The posts here will be few and far between as I will only post solid actual evidence here from now on."
Monday, August 13, 2012
Habitat decline not affecting duck populations this year August 2012. Although breeding habitat conditions have declined from previous years, the US 2012 "Trends in Duck Breeding Populations" report estimates waterfowl production in North America is at a record high. This year's report estimate of 48.6 million ducks is significantly higher than the 45.6 million birds estimated last year and 43 percent above the long-term average.
This annual report summarizes information about the status of duck populations and wetland habitats collected by wildlife biologists from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife and Canadian Wildlife Service for the Waterfowl Breeding Population and Habitat Survey (Survey). The Survey samples more than two million square miles of waterfowl habitat across the United States and
Thursday, August 9, 2012
“Finding Bigfoot” on Animal Planet is currently filming its third season, an enigma, indeed, considering the robust inanity of this program, an inanity so pronounced —and of which its participants are so proudly oblivious —that the minds at “South Park” felt compelled to skewer it. (If you’re getting skewered on “South Park,” you probably deserve it.) The four-person team of Bigfoot hunters consists of three men with sketchy credentials —Matt Moneymaker, founder of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization; Cliff Barackman, who pretends to be “level-headed and analytical”; and James “Bobo” Fay, a gargantuan, hirsute human specimen who’s as close as you’ll ever get to seeing Sasquatch —and the obligatory “science-minded” female, Ranae Holland. They scamper through various wooded environs wearing irksome green night-vision equipment, declaring every twig snap an indication of an ambling “squatch.” They hold impotent and yawnful invigilations. They howl in petition of a return howl that never comes. They interview backwoods dwellers and look upon them with arrant credulity as these unknowing folk describe a bear they believe is Bigfoot. Each one of these monster hunters gives off a medium-strength air of having been picked on psychopathically as a teenager.
The new series “Chasing UFOs” on National Geographic Channel has to follow the same blueprint as “Finding Bigfoot” because there’s no other blueprint to follow. The three-person team —two men, one woman —scurries around open areas with fancy green cameras and scans the skies for not-quite-inexplicable lights they of course deem of alien origin. They meet with citizens convinced of their own sightings —ignoring every shard of data that proves the rampant unreliability of eyewitness testimony —and then talk to marginalized farmers certain that little gray men are mutilating their great big cows. Savvier than the suits at Animal Planet, the suits at National Geographic Channel have hired a prickly female team member with supercharged sex appeal, Erin Ryder —even her name is sexy. Peek at her photo on the show’s website and you’ll see her perky teats at attention, chest aglisten, hair blown back in glam. Each team member dons faux military garb —a signal of their steely seriousness —and the two gents, James Fox and Ben McGee, are half likable and not awful to look at. The “Finding Bigfoot” bunch, on the other hand, are both agony on the eyes and outrageously asinine.
The second possible site contains four mounds with a larger, triangular-shaped plateau. The two larger mounds at this site are approximately 250 feet in width, with two smaller mounds approximately 100 feet in width. This site complex is arranged in a very clear formation with the large plateau, or butte, nearby in a triangular shape with a width of approximately 600 feet.
The sites have been documented and discovered by satellite archaeology researcher Angela Micol of Maiden, North Carolina. Angela has been conducting satellite archaeology research for over ten years, searching for ancient sites from space using Google Earth. Angela is a UNC Charlotte alumnus and has studied archaeology since childhood. Google Earth has allowed her to document many possible archaeological sites, including a potential underwater city off the coast of the Yucatan peninsula that has sparked the interest of scientists, researchers and archaeologists. Angela is also a board member of the APEX Institute, founded bl archaeologist William Donato, who is pioneering underwater archaeological research in the Bahamas. Angela has been assisted by Don J. Long, fellow APEX and field researcher
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
"Along with other viewers I had noticed something in Timbergiantbigfoot's video "Trip to The Bigfoot Avenue". In this shortened version, at the .51-.54 mark you can see what seems to be Bigfoot on the left side of the screen. And it is gone in the 1:21 section of this clip. What I find interesting is you can hear it walking away after he pans away around the .55 or so mark. Pause screen at listed times and see for yourself. Thanks..."
Jim has been in areas where large bears are at. The owner of my company is an avid hunter and has hunted all over North America. I showed him the Jim video of the deer covered by wood. He said Jim needs to get the hell out of there because they have seen that before. It has been attributed to Grizzly bear behavior. What is odd is they have seen this in areas where grizzly bears are not supposed to be. Very strange.
Monday, August 6, 2012
The HiRISE team has outdone themselves this time. Using their incredible instrument, the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment, they have captured an absolutely amazing. image of the Curiosity rover, descending on a parachute through Mars’ atmosphere.
“Nailed it!” Tweeted Christian Schaller of the HiRISE team. “My goodness, @MarsCuriosity you look pretty.”
My hope is that Curiosity will eventually discover artificial structures on Mars similar to the ones found on the moon. The rover is nuclear powered and can run indefinitely. Years from now we may know something.
Sunday, August 5, 2012
Unless you have freshly returned from outer space, you have probably already heard about tonight’s eagerly awaited landing of Curiosity, the next Mars rover. By roughly 1:31 a.m. EDT on Monday, the Mars Space Laboratory vehicle will have either delivered the $2.5 billion rover safely to the planet’s surface or dropped it there, broken and maybe dysfunctional. Either way, Curiosity’s arrival promises to be one of the most dramatic (and media-saturated) science events of the year.
By using a sky crane like mechanism used by construction engineers on earth, Curiosity should fair well on its landing. The best part of all this is it is using nuclear power which could allow it to work for centuries.
We should end up with a better understanding of Mars atmospheric and geological history. The question of life ever being present on Mars should be answered.
Of course, if advanced civilizations exist, it should find them too.
Our planet Earth has extinguished large portions of its inhabitants several times since the dawn of animals. And if science tells us anyt...