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originally posted by: randyvs
a reply to: fishy6
American Indians stated basically they were another tribe of Indians not to be trifled with.
They are known as the Seeahtik tribe by the Clallam indians.
Read the article people. (unless it is a completely madeup article)
if bigfoot were not hyper-dimensionally mythically abstract, why would we not have any solid evidence?
If that's the case, then you have to accept the possibility that all manner of high strangeness is explainable with that model, including that perhaps we are as strange and fleeting in existence to these things.
Perhaps Ole Stinky runs from us and tells his buddies, " I just saw a little hairless version of us!!", and they're like, "Wow, Grog finally slipped his gears, eh?"
Wouldn't that be something.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: fishy6
Weren't the Nephilim supposed to walk our Earth around the time period you specified, or at least sometime in our ancient past/prehistory/15,000 years ago?
They were apparently born of human mothers and allegedly had great size and strength just like Bigfoot/Sasquatch. That is until God decided to wipe them from the face of the Earth for some transgression or another.
Possibly these creatures are some kind of off shoot or direct descendant that somehow survived the deluge/wrath of God? As to the inter-dimensional aspect regarding Sasquatch well again the Nephilim fathers were apparently of angelic origin.
I suppose it would also explain there fear of Humans given that we are apparently Gods chosen. And they obviously wish to remain hidden from our society.
Im not subscribing to the biblical interpretation but there is generally a grain of truth to be had regrading our ancient texts.
originally posted by: yeahright
The issue IMO is any scientist looking into the topic is hooted down as a kook. Ergo, no scientist valuing his reputation (and scientists being people, tend to do that) will take it on as a serious line of inquiry.
If this creature is as intelligent as proposed and wants to remain undiscovered, that's a major uphill fight.
If science ever decides to treat the topic seriously, IMO the creature will be found.
originally posted by: Blue Shift
The best "explanation" I ever heard was that Bigfoot is essentially what human brains come up with when presented by Bigfoot-like stimulus that they can't immediately comprehend. Our brains work very hard at filling in gaps. We see something extremely unusual, and our brains will work overtime to try to have it make sense. The result is Bigfoot. Maybe it's a vestige of our old primordial fears of bears or gorillas, or a lost race memory of a previous hominid we shared our evolution with.
originally posted by: Blue ShiftThe hair samples all turn out to be bears. Oh, but what about the footprints? Hoaxes or misidentifications or human footprints that have become distorted by the ground conditions.