posted on Oct, 11 2011 @ 07:47 PM
I expected much more from the article to be honest. It didn't really say anything important or astonishing. They say they are 95% certain of the
creature's existence, and the only evidence cited is footprints, a POSSIBLE den, and indicators that SOME animal was POSSIBLY marking its
That to me doesn't say anything at all, and I suspect that any objective scientists would agree. The ONLY item within the article that should cause
any brow raise at all is the claim that possible Yeti hair samples are being tested in a laboratory.
That may or may not yield some type of scientific proof, but with what they have now, there is not really any proof...let alone enough to issue a
claim of 95% certainty. Mind you that I am a firm believer in Sasquatch populations in general, extending to the Yeti in other countries, but science
is science, and I don't see very much of it here.
The claim that scientists say they are 95% certain of the creatures existence is a very BOLD statement to say the least, and bold statements,
especially of this magnitude, require CONVINCING evidence to back it up. Just my 2 cents...