a reply to: Caver78
Well makes sense, just areas were its easy to be nondescript. Besides, does a bear # in the woods? I dont think Bigfoot would be walking through
downtown New York any time soon.
Just like nobody from downtown New York would be trekking through the middle of nowhere. It does not happen.
And its easy to hide in the woods or mountainous areas. Heck even in park areas its easy to hide or get lost. I think last year there's this local
mountain area, its a small mountain, people climb it every year, its steep, some parts you need to go on all fours to get through, but it only takes
about a hour or so if you start from the top area, from the bottom area, much longer.
Anyways, makes things short, people would not even know were anything is. There are goats there, some hunters, but the hikers sometimes see goats and
sometimes not. Last year during hunting season went there, just hiking nothing more. There was this tent at close to the peak, first time I went
there, there was a guy there said he climbed that mountain a few times in the past weeks and that tent was still there last week and the week before
but never seen anybody there.
And then i came back in a week, the guys tent was still there. So if he was a hunter, was there for over 3 weeks. And theres nothing much there, but
you can climb off the beaten path and go peak to peak on the high ground for literally for hundreds of miles or more.
I tried going off the beaten path the second time I hiked there, but its dangerous, only thing up there people see are the goats once in a while, and
well they can climp up the side of a 90 degree cliff face. And if the guy staked his tent and was hunting goats in the area.
Chances are just as good that he slipped and fell to his death, then they are that he is on a 3 week long hike in that area.
Should have gone this year as well. If that tent is still there in the same exact position.
Point being, the great majority of humans don't much get out there habitat areas. And its for a reason, not a good place to be and survive for the
average person, much less on there own. Look at that vid of the lone guy or Bigfoot I posted earlier.
Do you know how long it would have taken in the past or even today for people to colonize or go through all those mountain ranges? Literally
generations and generations.
Basically 90% of the worlds population inhabits 10% of the worlds land
basically 90% of the earth total land mass, is just someplace people see once in a while, and likely only the TV.
The majority of humans life in confined small habitats called cities. Hows that for putting things in perspective, when all the cities of the world,
are only just 10% of the total habitable land mass? 90% is a whole lot of places to hider or just disappear.
Its why I said, bigfoot. The ultimate nomad, and no, it should not be that hard to escape notice of the eyes of people. In fact its not that hard to
do, as the majority of people only see what they want to see. If even that, the majority see what they have been thought and conditioned to see.