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Expedition finds "indisputable proof" of Yeti

Posted on Tuesday, 11 October, 2011 | Comment icon 157 comments | News tip by: Still Waters


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A team in Russia claims to have found undeniable evidence for the existence of the legendary Yeti.

During a research trip to remote mountains in the Kemerovo region the team discovered footprints and an alleged Yeti bed, with "artifacts" being retrieved for later study in a lab. Specific details of the finds have yet to be released, however officials are already planning on setting up a research center in the region to study the creatures and the evidence in more detail. "During the expedition to the Azasskaya cave, conference participants gathered indisputable proof that the Shoria mountains are inhabited by the 'Snow Man'," said the region's administration.

"The Russian coal-mining region of Kemerovo said in a statement on its website that footprints and possibly even hair samples belonging to the yeti were found on the research trip to its remote mountains."

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Comment icon #148 Posted by psyche101 on 9 November, 2011, 2:54
The 'missing link' is a term concocted by our unscientific community trying to save its cherished theory of evolution. They claim we came from somewhere, maybe the monkeys or ET, but they have not found that link from them to us. So they name it the missing link thinking that the public is too stupid to know that they are full of BS. Transitional fossil Mike. Missing link is a silly term sued by creationists and kids movie writers. If we came from ET, it was via panspermia and as microbes. Evolution still happened here. Only people full of BS still use the term, missing link.
Comment icon #149 Posted by psyche101 on 9 November, 2011, 3:22
So humans and monkeys came from the same Biped. Could you please describe this biped and show its skeleton and evidence that humans and monkeys came from it. Could the biped been an ET? Humans and Monkeys came from the same common ancestor, and not necessarily a biped. No, any Biped could not possibly have been ET, that is simply crazy talk Mike. It is a real unexplained mystery that you call evolution a lie, but make this sort of crap up, and accept it is possible. Oldest Skeleton of Human Ancestor Found Were our earliest hominid ancestors European? With the changing face of anthropology, sur... [More]
Comment icon #150 Posted by psyche101 on 9 November, 2011, 3:23
Dont bother, hes been told all this and more a dozen times over in as many threads. At first I thought he was just ignoring the responses but now its very clear he cant really understand them. You will never talk him out of his conspiracy theories and uneducated, unscientific ideas. Sorry Mike, consensus doesnt equal conspiracy. He may simply be a troll, but I fee morally bound to correcting any public lies and misinformation that is put up for others to read. Heck, my kids might read something like this one day, I do not want them to see no counter argument dispelling such nonsense.
Comment icon #151 Posted by Mike 215 on 10 November, 2011, 0:32
Here is something you can tell your children about the rotten and corrupt unscientific and academic community: How child abuse is on the top of the list at Penn State. YOu quoted one of the scientists, Alan Walker, about the new fossile that proves we did not come from the monkeys. However his school is a cesspool of child abuse and cover ups. Their all important football team which dominates all the universities has been exposed for what they are:a bunch of child rapists and abusers. And now we learn that THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY WAS INVOLVED IN THE COVER UPS. But doesn't he set the mo... [More]
Comment icon #152 Posted by Sakari on 10 November, 2011, 1:29
Here is something you can tell your children about the rotten and corrupt unscientific and academic community: How child abuse is on the top of the list at Penn State. YOu quoted one of the scientists, Alan Walker, about the new fossile that proves we did not come from the monkeys. However his school is a cesspool of child abuse and cover ups. Their all important football team which dominates all the universities has been exposed for what they are:a bunch of child rapists and abusers. And now we learn that THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY WAS INVOLVED IN THE COVER UPS. But doesn't he set the mo... [More]
Comment icon #153 Posted by psyche101 on 10 November, 2011, 3:48
Here is something you can tell your children about the rotten and corrupt unscientific and academic community: How child abuse is on the top of the list at Penn State. YOu quoted one of the scientists, Alan Walker, about the new fossile that proves we did not come from the monkeys. However his school is a cesspool of child abuse and cover ups. Their all important football team which dominates all the universities has been exposed for what they are:a bunch of child rapists and abusers. And now we learn that THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY WAS INVOLVED IN THE COVER UPS. But doesn't he set the mo... [More]
Comment icon #154 Posted by Gaden on 10 November, 2011, 17:46
However his school is a cesspool of child abuse and cover ups. Their all important football team which dominates all the universities has been exposed for what they are:a bunch of child rapists and abusers. And somehow this validates your hatred of scientists. Since one man has been charged with molesting and a few of his superiors did not do the right thing, the entire university is guilty of rape and abuse. Way to go, Mikey, you are batting 1.000 as for intelligently written, logical posts. This definitely proves the Russians have indisputable proof of Yeti.
Comment icon #155 Posted by Odds on 15 November, 2011, 10:29
I believe there is something out there, but this is hardly 'indisputable proof'. Some day perhaps.
Comment icon #156 Posted by Timonthy on 15 November, 2011, 14:05
Can't we all just get along
Comment icon #157 Posted by 95-Nasty on 25 November, 2011, 13:02
Too many theories and not enough proof!


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