posted on Apr, 5 2007 @ 03:04 PM
Originally posted by testrat
Thanks for the sound clips Voidmaster.
A lot of them sound similar, and if they are real and come from different areas I think it is some good evidence. They also do sound like
calls that a primate would make.
Well, it seems that they were made in different areas, because they all have different echo dynamics. The way they sound indicate a wide variety of
landscapes, including rolling mountains, canyons of a sort, and woodland.
Please understand, I'm not any sort of professional when it comes to sound, however, I have been told on a variety of occasions that I have a very
I guess what I don't understand is why they don't act like a wild animal. With so many reports in the US how come we don't see these creatures
eating out of trash cans like every other animal that lives in the woods? You would think they would be drawn to dump sites because all the available
If something doesn't make sense, check your premise. Your premise is that Bigfoot is a wild animal, and you don't understand his behavior based upon
If Bigfoot doesn't behave like the average wild animal, we must assume that he doesn't quite fall under the same intelligence level as other wild
A raccoon will raid a garbage can, because theirs food in it.
A Bigfoot will stop, weigh the consequences with the benefits, and decide to not raid the trash can.
This tells us that Bigfoot not only has basic idea of consequences, but he also has a concept of 'before' and 'after'.
I think that's plenty enough intelligence to evade the sort of search effort that is looking for him currently, which is hardly any.