posted on Oct, 7 2012 @ 10:32 AM
but he has a lot of misunderstanding of what bone structures are for and even what they are called-
his evidence will only lose credibility, unfortunately.
the reason for heavy skulls is not for protection at night in the forest- and the cranial keel- while a good term it is not a proper osteological
reference, the Sagittal Crest fro attachment of jaw muscles is what he would like to point out, and the human picture he used to support his idea was
an unfortunate looking guy with healed head trauma.
The head does not sit forward, the sloping gorilla neck in gorillas is due to the insertion point of the spinal column (or exit of the nerve tissue
from the skull) through the foramen magnum.
the gorilla slope is doe to their semi bipedal but functionally quadrupedal moment, it is possible that the Sasquatch is fine carrying the head in
such a position, but if it is full time biped the skull would need to be like humans especially if the Bigfoot is an Ape family member like genus
Homo, Pongo, or Australopithecus.