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Michael Greene releases new Bigfoot video


Posted on Wednesday, 9 June, 2010 | Comment icon 78 comments


Image credit: Patterson/Gimlin

 
New footage taken with a thermal camera by Bigfoot researcher Michael Greene has been released online.

BFRO head Matthew Moneymaker stated that the footage was "the most important footage of a Sasquatch since Paterson/ Gimlin film taken over 40 years ago."



"A video of a Sasquatch taken with a thermal imager by eminently qualified 20 year Bigfoot researcher Michael Greene was lauded as “The most important footage since the Paterson/Gimlin film taken over 40 years ago”."

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Comment icon #69 Posted by BaneSilvermoon on 10 June, 2010, 22:07
You're working with a very specific definition of proof. Mainly something along the lines of this one. "The degree of evidence which convinces the mind of any truth or fact, and produces belief" And basing you're thoughts around that definition. You could "accept" anything to be true based on what "proof" you have seen. Science on the other hand, is governed by far stricter laws.
Comment icon #70 Posted by jaguarsky on 11 June, 2010, 0:14
I am quite sure I saw a Bigfoot once, no joke, really. So, I am kinda "true believer", I am also skeptic to the n'th degree. I would probably not accept my sighting as true if someone were to relate the same story to me. I do hope that someday someone can prove the existance of BF, it would be extrordinary to watch the social and scientific whirlwind that would ensue. But maybe it is better that it all remain a mystery. Now, all that being said; this video doesn't do anything for me. I will say that it has some interesting aspects. The best part is when the BF on the right, t... [More]
Comment icon #71 Posted by Abramelin on 11 June, 2010, 11:13
This is off topic, I know. The proof the earth is a globe was discovered by excactly these sailors long ago: ships they saw on the horizon tended to 'sink' when they sailed faster than the ship the observers were on. But when the ship of the observers increased speed, the ship on the horizon suddenly 'emerged' from the waters again. That inspired a clever ancient Greek - Eratosthenes - to calculate the circumference of the earth, and he was only about a couple of 100 miles off with his calculations.
Comment icon #72 Posted by pimpo911 on 11 June, 2010, 12:22
So true, i agree with this guy. No matter how much evidence there is, people will still never believe it. Look at chupacabra, it has so many evidence and lots of people saw it and there is also lots of video footage of it, clear quality footage and still its not proven that it exists?!? wtf? we also have chupacabra's dead bodies too and its still not clear if it exists? omg...
Comment icon #73 Posted by Belial on 11 June, 2010, 12:35
In answer to your request, i would probably say it was 'probably' someone on the ground under attack or in a compramised position, i certainly would not be trying to pedal it as an urban legend. The whole idea of putting night vision images from a blackhawk operation and that of a guy out in the local park for all we really know, do cross a wide expanse of something called vivid imaginations don't you think? This is filed as simlpy unknown, but more probably some guy in a hooded top playing peek a boo with his mate on the camera
Comment icon #74 Posted by Neognosis on 12 June, 2010, 1:51
I think some of you don't have a grasp of what "evidence" is. By your idea of evidence, I can "prove" anything to you, couldn't I? The video is not evidence of bigfoot at all. It is only evidence that an entity unknown to the viewers made some sort of white light on a video. We don't even know if it is actually a heat sensing camera. For the person who thinks that there are chupacabra bodies in evidence, I think you might do well to be more critical of your sources. There are no chupacabra bodies. There are lots of reports of them which some of you make a b... [More]
Comment icon #75 Posted by the rebirth on 12 June, 2010, 9:36
its almost impossible to tell exactly what this is, and it cant be taken as absolute proof... but i still think it looks like a couple of bears. one appears to be sitting on the ground doing bear stuff. the other might be doing bear stuff to a tree (including but not limited to: humping, sharpening its claws, lashing out in bear anger, etc.) but after doing so it walks away between some trees... and it definitely looked shorter as it walked away (such as a bear on all fours) than it did humping that tree (such as a bear on its hind paws would do).
Comment icon #76 Posted by Socio on 15 June, 2010, 14:15
This one shows what a man would look like vs what the creature looks like in the same footage; Like most everyone else I am skeptical of this however I would think a man in a costume would look kind of splotchy and display odd heat patterns because the bulky costume would mask much the body heat, unlike a lightly clothed man, or a "Bigfoot", which would appear as more of a solid color. I for one do tend to believe in Bigfoot’s existence,there are just too many sightings by ordinary people to dismiss it.
Comment icon #77 Posted by Gaden on 18 September, 2010, 15:44
"the most important footage of a Sasquatch since rnPaterson/ Gimlin film taken over 40 years ago" Interesting comment since the creaters themselves admited it was a hoax.
Comment icon #78 Posted by jesspy on 20 September, 2010, 9:42
is that some guy going toilet behind a tree?


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